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  Name, Tel, Email Position
  Councillors
Oliver Ooore

Cllr Mr. Oliver Moore
Tel: 07736 285488

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Chairman of Parish Council

Website & Information Technology Officer

Member of Finance

clr c wise 

Cllr Mr. Colin Wise
Tel: 01590 670676

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Vice-Chairman of Parish Council

Chairman of Finance

Chairman of Transport Group

District Councillor

Councillor Roger Bell

Cllr Mr. Roger Bell
Tel: 0785 0584878

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clr a bolton

Cllr Mrs. Alison Bolton
Tel: 01590 674607

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Member of Planning & Highways
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Cllr Mr. J Eden

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Member of Amenities

Member of Finance

clr j england

Cllr Mrs. Jacqui England
Tel: 01590 689446

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clr p keen

Cllr Mrs. Pamela Keen
Tel: 01590 626354

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 Member of Planning & Highways
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Cllr Mr. Patrick Kempe
Tel: 01590 675854

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Tree Officer

Member of Amenities

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Cllr Mr. Lester Mortimer
Tel: 01590 623742

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Member of Amenities

 

Staff

clr p lock

Mr Peter Lock
Tel: 07751 497597

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Parish Clerk & Responsible
Finance Officer
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What do councillors do

Councillors have three main components to their work.

  1. Decision making - Through meetings and attending committees with other elected members, councillors decide which activities to support, where money should be spent, what services should be delivered and what policies should be implemented.
  2. Monitoring - Councillors make sure that their decisions lead to efficient and effective services by keeping an eye on how well things are working.
  3. Getting involved locally - As local representatives, councillors have responsibilities towards their constituents and local organisations. These responsibilities and duties often depend on what the councillor wants to achieve and how much time is available, and may include:

- Going to meetings of local organisations such as tenants' associations.
- Going to meetings of bodies affecting the wider community.
- Taking up issues on behalf of members of the public.
- Running a surgery for residents to bring up issues.
- Meeting with individual residents in their own homes.

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