Your Parish Council 2021-2022 – Officers & Vacancies

May 17th, 2021

At its meeting on 5th May, Langar cum Barnstone Parish Council elected Councillors Jeff Fry and Nicky Pulford to the positions of Chair and Vice-Chair respectively for the coming year.

At the same meeting, Councillors Chris Harper and Kerry Risk resigned from the Council due to pressure of other commitments. The Parish Council wishes to record its appreciation for their fine work for the parish during their time on the Council, especially to Chris for acting as Chair over this last year under very trying circumstances for the Council as well as for everyone else.

This leaves two vacancies on the Parish Council. If you feel that you have something to offer the local community as we navigate our way out of lockdown towards a more normal existence, please get in touch with our Parish Clerk, Sharon Ellis, in the first instance. Sharon’s contact details are given at the end of this email.

The current membership of the Parish Council is:

Councillor James Barlow – cllrbarlowlbpc@gmail.com

Councillor Adrian Bellamy – cllrbellamylbpc@gmail.com

Councillor John Crosby – cllrcrosbylbpc@gmail.com

Councillor Jeff Fry – cllrfrylbpc@gmail.com

Councillor Katy Morris – cllrmorrislbpc@gmail.com

Councillor Nicky Pulford – cllrpulfordlbpc@gmail.com

Councillor Trevor Simpson – cllr.simpson.lcb@btinternet.com

Sharon Ellis

07984 075016

langarbarnstoneclerk@gmail.com

 

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