Your Parish Councillors are:
Hilary Brudenell (Chairman), Rob Collier (Vice Chairman)
Anna Lee, Malcolm Torrance, Lesley Hopkinson, Hazel Forewood, Peter McAndrew and Marie Kershaw.
Your Parish Clerk is:
Rachel Ollier who can be contacted via email at: [email protected]
or by phone on 01565 733 731 (an answer phone is available to leave a message when the Clerk is unavailable)
Meetings of the Parish Council:
The Parish Council meet for a formal Council meeting every other month on a Monday evening at 1930 in the Parish Hall.
April 2016: A Compliment to our village…
The Parish Council recently received this lovely piece of very complimentary correspondence about our village:
May I – as someone who has never visited your beautiful village – pay a compliment to the village and those who care for it. I’ve looked at your village website and I’m impressed by the language and attitude of the site but especially by the values that many seem to exhibit in this typically British village.
What really prompted this note is my admiration of the determination of Great Budworth to do something positive about an issue that’s probably been difficult to live with for some time, and the report from your ‘parking committee’. Brilliantly succinct and imaginative.
I hope you take this email in a positive manner; I’m not patronising you, just putting into words how I feel about communities like yours, and the manner in which you tackle important issues. ‘Big business’ ( and probably Government ) could learn a thing or two.
Best wishes from
Derek & Cindy Taylor
of Langley, Berkshire.
2015 Parish Council Elections
Please click on the link below to see the names of the Parish Councillors elected in the 2015 Parish Council Elections.
Retirement of Parish Councillors
At the March 2015 Parish Council meeting 3 of our longest serving Parish Councillors: Bob Wilkinson, Peter Davies and Bill Anderson announced that they would not be standing again for re-election. With a total time served on the Council of over 80 years – we felt this was something to be celebrated – read all about it on the link to the Northwich Guardian below: