Election Results – Nether Stowey

News Release

Parish CouncilNo of seatsCandidatesResults
Nether Stowey
Parish Council
UNCONTESTED
9BURDGE, Janet Catherine
EVERETT, Penelope Constance B
FALLA, Colin
FERRIDAY, William Kevin
HOGG, Margaret
JEANES, Andrew David
RICH, Barbara Marie
ROBERTS, William John
Vacant
All
candidates
duly
elected

1 vacancy

Somerset County Council Cannington Division

BOLT, Brian JamesConservative Party Candidate1234 elected
CASWELL, MikeConservative Party Candidate1271 elected
CRITCHLEY, Malcolm JohnGreen Party314
DARCH, Stephen JamesLiberal Democrats1000
KING, Philip St LawrenceLabour Party336
SUTTON, Jane VictoriaLiberal Democrats967
WILSON, SiobhanLabour Party390

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PARISH Monday 23 May – All invited!

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING

will be held at
St Mary’s Church Centre
on Monday 23 May 2022 at 7pm

ALL ELECTORS OF THE PARISH ARE INVITED TO ATTEND

*  GUEST SPEAKER – MR DUNCAN HARVEY,
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, SEDGEMOOR DC

HAVE YOUR SAY ABOUT LOCAL ISSUES OR RAISE MATTERS OF CONCERN

MEET REPRESENTATIVES FROM LOCAL GROUPS AND ORGANISATIONS

The Parish Meeting may, by law, discuss all Parish affairs and pass resolutions about them. The following matters have so far been placed on the agenda:

  1. Chairman’s Welcome
  2. Affordable Housing in Nether Stowey (Mr Harvey, followed by Q&As)
  3. Chairman’s Report
  4. Other Items for discussion if any
  5. Reports from Local Organisations

The draft minutes and reports from the last meeting (2021) are now available here:
Draft minutes – 24 May 2021Reports from Organisations 2021

If you would like to add a matter to the agenda, please contact Caro at clerk@netherstowey-pc.gov.uk

Each year an Annual Parish Meeting is held at which residents can air issues and ask the Parish Council to investigate certain matters which are of concern. The meeting is NOT a formal Parish Council meeting but it is facilitated and funded by the Parish Council for the benefit of the community: the Parish Council Chairman calls and chairs the meeting. 
The meeting is an opportunity to discuss ‘parish affairs’. Separate minutes must be kept which are then approved at the next Annual Parish Meeting, next year. The minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting are not approved by the Parish Council.
There is no prescribed format for this meeting and its recommendations are not binding on the Parish Council. Any matters raised requiring a Council decision will need to be considered at a Parish Council meeting at a later date.