Bawburgh Parish Council
|David Goodman||01603 email@example.com|
|Peter Markham||01603 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cathy Alborough||01603 email@example.com|
Brenda Bell, Pam Hedges, Philip
Quinn, Mark Tudor, Colin Clark
Information on Parish Councils, including their powers and duties, the role of Parish Councillors and Parish information can be found on the South Norfolk Website
Judith Virgo is standing down as Bawburgh's County Councillor in May 2017. She has represented the village at Norfolk County Council for over eleven years, first being elected in May 2006 and serving one term until standing down in 2009. However, she returned as the councillor in a by-election in January 2011, triggered by the resignation of Daniel Cox. Judith stood again at the end of her term in May 2013 and was re-elected with a large majority. She has been a member of the Children's Services Committee and the Council's Scrutiny Committee. Now she has decided to stand down and retire from her role as a councillor. At the Bawburgh Parish Council meeting on 16 March 2017, Judith informed the members and thanked them for their support over the years. David Goodman, the Chair of the Parish Council, proposed a motion of thanks to Judith, "for her long service and wise advise over the years". This motion was agreed unanimously. Thank you, Judith.
Bawburgh Parish Council is pleased to appoint Cathy Alborough, from Hethersett, as our new Parish Clerk, replacing Chris Lacey who has recently resigned - so he can spend more time travelling and seeing his family. Chris has served our Parish most admirably for three and a half years, with utmost professionalism, devotion and diligence and we are indebted to him for bringing Bawburgh up-to-date with modern technology and methodology - in ensuring we conform to recently introduced transparency requirements. Cathy Alborough, our new Parish Councillor, will be on duty at her first Parish Meeting on Thursday 15th September 2016. Her contact details are as above.
Parish Council Meetings are held on the third Thursday of alternate months at the village hall, unless otherwise specified in the minutes.
Notes of recent meetings can be found in http://bawburgh.norfolkparishes.gov.uk
The Parish Council have worked hard for years on Bawburgh residents' behalf to establish road safety through our village.
Click here to see an article which was published in Bawburgh News in October 2014 on SPEEDWATCH.