Shenstone Councillors

 

Rita HancocksRita Hancocks (Chair) – Shenstone I have lived in Shenstone for over 38 years now and during my time here have worked to serve the Shenstone Community. I am the Chairman of Shenstone Village Hall and have served on both District and Parish Councils for many years I am very keen to keep Shenstone a clean, tidy and safe environment for all and to ensure that the more vulnerable in our society are included in village social events and to that end I am very proud of the Friday Friends organisation and the events that the Village Hall organises for our parishioners. Recently we have successfully raised funds for two Community Defibrillators and my thanks go to all the parishioners and businesses who got involved to achieve this.

Tel: 01543 480 560 / mob: 0794 127 4773

e-mail: rita.hancocks@hotmail.com

John BJohn Branchranch – Shenstone My association with Shenstone has been since 1981 and I have been involved in various village activities such as the Shenstone Show and Fun Run, as well as being involved in various sport clubs and Shenstone Playing fields. I started as a football player for Shenstone Pathfinder but dodgy knees and old age means I am now relegated to marking out the pitch on a Saturday morning for others to play!. I still play tennis, but mainly I volunteer at the playing fields. I have also been involved in organising various playing fields events, such as the Pumpkin Parade and opening of the new play area. I decided to become a parish councillor because I wanted to be involved in helping make decisions about the future of Shenstone through its neighbourhood plan, as the village has been a big part of my life.

Tel: 01543 480 928

e-mail: johnbranchwork@gmail.com


David ThompsonDavid Thompson – Shenstone
My main priority at the moment is the Shenstone Neighbourhood Plan which covers the environmental, housing, transport and employment issues affecting the village of Shenstone. The Plan seeks to shape and direct future development in the village and was drawn up by a working group of residents following several consultation events in 2013 and 2014. Following submission to Lichfield District Council it has been the subject of further consultation by the District Council in October and November 2015. The District Council will now appoint an Examiner and following receipt of the Examiners findings will hold a referendum in the Spring of 2016 giving Shenstone residents on vote on the Neighbourhood Plan. Proposals are online at www.lichfielddc.gov.uk /Shenstonenp

Tel: 01543 480953 /mob: 07582 603003

e-mail: davidann.thompson@btopenworld.com

Lynda JonesLynda Jones (Vice Chair) – Shenstone I have lived in Shenstone since 1992. You may have seen my husband and I walking our golden retriever Duncan on the Lammas Land, which Stuart helps to maintain. I was co-opted onto the Parish Council in June this year. I have high aspirations for Shenstone and the parish, and hope that my contributions to the parish council will help to ensure that the village continues to be a thriving, sustainable community in the future. I am proud to serve as a parish councillor, and will look forward to meeting with parishioners in the coming months so that I can learn more about your views about how our village and parish should develop.

Tel: 01543 480 480   e-mail: lyndastellajones@gmail.com

blank maleNeil Perry – Shenstone I have lived in Shenstone since 1987, with my wife, bringing up two 2 children. I am a local Driving Instructor working predominately in the Lichfield area. I have a keen interest in motoring matters and transport issues including road infrastructure.

Tel: 01543 481 947 (Office)

Tim Cox by kj croppedTim Cox – Shenstone I have lived in the village since 1999 and served on the council for over 5 years. I love my village with its strong sense of community spirit. So many people offer their support to others voluntarily and organisations such as Friday Friends provide companionship and a welcoming meeting place. I am proud to work with these organisations. I believe very strongly that we should keep this quality of village life so that all members of the community, young and old can benefit. I have MS which affects my balance and mobility and therefore I often use a motorised scooter to get around the village centre, therefore I am fully aware of the need to keep pavements clean and without obstructions for pushchairs, scooters etc. 

 Tel: 01543 480 323 / mob: 07792 512 370

 e-mail: timcox45@yahoo.com