Silverdale Parish Council

Corona Virus – COVID 19  For any local guidance we have please see the Noticeboard section of this website.

Please note that there is a link in the menu for viewing the 2020 Village Directory online.

Parish Council Meetings

8/6/2020 Meetings for May and June have also been in the form of a online Working Group Party meeting using Microsoft teams, notes from which are/will be available in the minutes section.  The July meeting will also be online, but this will be open to residents of Silverdale, who will be able to speak via video or telephone, with the usual restrictions. To take part please request a Microsoft Teams link from the clerk by email in advance, clerk@silverdale-pc-lancs.gov.uk or to take part by telephone, phone the clerk for the (local rate) phone number and access ID on 01524 761824.

25/3/2020 The April Parish Council Meeting has been cancelled in compliance with government legislation. Councillors propose to hold a Working Party Group meeting using video conferencing on Saturday April 4 to deal with urgent matters.

Mike Fletcher, Chairman SPC

Welcome to Silverdale Parish Council’s Web Site

Silverdale is a small but thriving village in Lancashire, situated on the border with Cumbria and facing westwards into Morecambe Bay. It is a popular retirement area and also an area which attracts many tourists and holidaymakers. It is located within one of Britain’s smallest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – the Arnside/Silverdale AONB.

The community of around 1,500 residents is well served with small, friendly shops and enjoys excellent services provided by a doctors surgery, village school, library, two village halls, two churches, a fire station, community policing supported by the Neighbourhood Watch group and, of course, the Parish Council.

This Web Site is the official site of Silverdale Parish Council and is essentially a ‘noticeboard’ site, for Parish Council business matters. However it also incorporates the final version of the “Parish Plan” which has been created by members of the Parish Council and representatives of most organisations within the village.