Each year, your town councillors give up hundreds of hours of their free time in the service of the community. They can claim expenses for travel on Council business, but otherwise, being a town councillor is comparable to being a volunteer.

They represent a wide variety of skills and talents and their mission is to help Burnham be the best it possibly can.

Attending Meetings and Committees

The councillors meet at least once a month for council meetings, to which the public is invited.

They also meet regularly to consider Planning applications, and, often in smaller groups, attend Committees, working groups and  local volunteer groups.


Representation – Burnham’s electoral wards

There are up to 10 town councillors representing the two wards in Burnham. While councillors may concentrate on issues arising in their ward, they are also free to work on issues relating to another ward or relevant to the town in general.

Click on the boxes below to find out more about who your councillors are and how to contact them directly.