Shenstone Councillors


David 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 /Shenstonenp
Tel: 01543 480953 /mob: 07582 603003
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Acceptance of Office declaration form  – Chair N.P & P Committee
Declaration of interests  form – Parish Councillor

 Stuart Jones – Shenstone I am a retired teacher and a father to two girls and five grandchildren, all of whom live locally. I have lived in Shenstone for 25 years. Having never settled prior to this for longer than two years, it says something about what I think about living here. I enjoy gardening and have quite a large plot and an allotment in Stonnall. In addition to being a member of the Parish Council I also keep myself busy volunteering as a barista in our community library; I’m a member of Community Speedwatch; I’m involved in keeping the Lammas land tidy and I also serve on a fostering agency panel and within a local charity. I am a member of the Shenstone Community Library Local History Group and am particularly involved in developing a Heritage Trail around Shenstone.
Tel: 01543 480 480  mob: 07541089990
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Acceptance of office and declaration of interests form – Parish Councillor 

Lesley Edgley – Shenstone
Shenstone has been my home for 25 years, following a life time in Sutton Coldfield and I love it!!

Until about six years ago I worked for HSBC in Birmingham and in 2012 I  had the opportunity to retire.  My very elderly parents were still here at that time and I was gratefully that it allowed me to visit and support them more.  Since that time I have enjoyed the freedom of  retirement offered me, it was great not getting up before dawn to travel to work, eat when I wanted, go out when I wanted and not report to anyone.
The point at which I thought I should contribute to Shenstone started with the planning and commissioning of the Village Plan. It was of great interest to me and I realised the amount of work that had gone into it preparation.
I began to take more interest in my home village and realised that “things” don’t happen but need the involvement of the local people. I never had the time to take in just how lucky we are in Shenstone with the number of halls, the number of associations and clubs are able to join and use. All done by volunteers.  Our local library is one of the big success stories. When I thought about becoming a local Councillor, I began to understand the other parishes and what they had to offer too. I think we are very lucky to live where we do.
I am a bit of a slow burner when I have to think things out, it may take me a while!!  But I know that my strengths are tenacity, a good dose of common sense and people skills.  Hopefully I will be able to put these to good use for the benefit of the whole of the Shenstone Parish Council area.
Tel: 01543 481 861
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Acceptance of office and declaration of interests form – Vice Chair Parish Council

Leona Leung (Shenstone Ward)  One of the highlights living in the local area with my family are the beautiful walks, runs and cycles routes there are in the parish, along with meeting our local friendly villagers. My background is in housing, community and tourism. Hence I am passionate about improving the quality of living in Shenstone and its local villages. I am keen on preserving its history and the beautiful surroundings. Also, to ensure local facilities are easily accessible – especially to the young and elderly.

In my spare time, I enjoy volunteering in various local projects such as safety awareness, crime prevention and keeping active lifestyles. There are lots to offer in our local area -I always emphasise to support our local groups and events throughout the year. I am proud to represent our local area.

Tel: 07438 369548

Acceptance of office and declaration of of interests  form -Parish Councillor


Christopher Callow





Acceptance of Office declaration form
– Parish Councillor

Declaration of Interests Form – Christopher Callow



Simon Fisher
I was delighted to be co-opted to the Council having lived in Shenstone for the last eighteen years, when we moved into the village from Lichfield as our son started at King Edward IV Secondary school in Lichfield. I am married to Jane and this August we celebrated our thirty-year wedding anniversary.

My working career has been in the funeral profession, as a funeral director, General Manager and latterly as a CEO of a supply company to the sector and recently I commenced the journey towards retirement. Throughout my working career I have been involved with Community volunteering including being a Non-Executive Director (NED) of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce and St Giles Hospice. I am continuing that community volunteering involvement as a Councillor to assist in any way I can across the Parish Council. I sit on the Planning Committee and am looking forward to becoming involved in the revision of the 2016 Shenstone Neighbourhood Plan. If you see me around the village, please say ‘hello.’


Acceptance of office declaration form  – parish councillor
Declaration of Interests Form – Simon Fisher