Which Community Council can I stand for
There are 20 community councils across Moray. They vary in size, some are limited to town areas, some cover a group of communities and some cover rural areas and dispersed communities.
A list of the Moray community councils in this election follows including the number of seats available and a link to a map of the area. Some community councils are split into sub-divisions, usually where a community council is made up of two or more larger communities.
Candidates will be asked on their nomination form which community council (and sub-division where applicable) they are standing for. For more information about the boundaries, membership or areas that the community council covers please contact the election office on 01343 563334 or email email@example.com.
|CC no.||Community Council Name||Sub-Divisions||No. of Members||Map of Area
|1||Elgin||Elgin City North
Elgin City South
|3||Findhorn & Kinloss||Findhorn
|4||Dyke Landward||-||7||Map 4|
|6||Burghead & Cummingston||Burghead
|7||Hopeman & Covesea**||-||7||Map 7|
|9||Heldon||Alves & Roseisle
Fogwatt & Birnie
Miltonduff & Spynie
|10||Innes||Lhanbryde & Pitgaveny
Kingston & Garmouth
|11||Buckie & District||Buckie
Rathven & Arradoul
|12||Findochty & District||-||7||Map 12|
|14||Cullen & Deskford||Cullen
|15||Lennox||Clochan & Enzie
|18||Speyside **||-||10||Map 18*|
|19||Dufftown & District||-||10||Map 19|
|20||Glenlivet **||-||7||Map 20|
Please note there are some minor changes to some community council boundary maps marked with *. All other maps have been revised in a new format.
**Some community councils were not established during the last election for the 2013-2017 term, but may establish during this election should enough candidates come forward..