Parish Councils are the third tier of local government. They may choose to call themselves a Parish or Town Council depending on the number of residents, but this does not alter their status or responsibilities. Aintree Parish Council, now known as Aintree Village Parish Council , was established in 1895 and consists of twelve voluntary Parish Councillors who are elected for a four year term of office to serve and administer needs of the residents of Aintree Village. It employs a part time Clerk to the Council and a part time Responsible Finance Officer to implement policy decisions. Funding is raised by a precept on each residential property in the Parish of Aintree Village.
Aintree Village Parish Council Community Environmental Award being presented to Tony Donovan by Bill Esterson MP
Aintree Village Parish Council Community Involvement Award being presented to Aintree Village Community Library volunteers:-Jeanette Coombe, Irene Fernandel, Sheila Wright, Pamela Elisabeth Doyle, Lynnee Grant and Anne Williams by the Mayor of Sefton's consort Mr Paul O'Brien, and Chairman of Aintree Village Parish Council, Councillor Mike Carter.
Aintree Village Parish Council Community Involvement Award being presented to Jim Mowbray by the Chairman of Thornton Parish Council, Councillor Bob McGill
Aintree Village Parish Council Civic Award being presented to Mark Pennock by the Mayor of Sefton, Councillor June Burns, with the Chairman of Aintree Village Parish Council, Councillor Mike Carter
Aintree Village Parish Council Civic Award presentation on Sunday 27th October 2019 with (from left to right) Councillors Ray Preston, Marion Wykes, Peter Owens, Becky Moore, Bill Honeyman (Vice Chairman) and Mike Carter (Chairman)