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Can a parish council have more than one vice chair?

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Local Government Act 1972 Section 15(6) (amended):-

"The parish council may appoint one of the elected members of the council to be vice-chairman of the council."

There is no requirement to have a vice-chair, but if you do, it can only be one person.
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