Horton Parish Council consists of nine members, all of whom are volunteers.
Cllr Hickley - Chair, Residential Planning Cllr.Hickley@Hortonparishcouncil.gov.uk
Cllr Crame - Vice Chair, Planning, Staffing, NAG Rep and LAANC Rep firstname.lastname@example.org
Cllr Bovingdon - Champney Hall Management Committee
Cllr Cole - Finance, Greens, Flags, DALC rep, LAANC rep, and Training
Cllr Coogan - Neighbourhood Plan,
Cllr Gibbons - Fly tipping and Play Equipment email@example.com
Cllr Patel - Parking issues,
Cllr Larcombe - Waterways, Flooding
We have a volunteer Flood Warden who advises on water courses and flooding. He can be contacted via the Clerk
If no email address is shown for a Councillor they can be contacted care of the clerk.
There are two ways to become a Parish Councillor (if you qualify to hold the post*).
Co-option – this is the process by which a Council vacancy can be filled by a vote of the existing Cllrs. This usually occurs when a seat has become vacant in between elections, and there hasn’t been enough electors requesting a by-election.
Election – during a normal election period, or if a by-election has been called to fill a vacant seat, members of the public can stand for election. There are specific rules about how to do this, and there is advice available online.
A Good Councillor Guide publication is available here. If you are interested in becoming a Councillor please contact the clerk
*Eligibility criteria can be found here. Prospective co-option candidates must fulfil the same criteria requirements as those for qualifications for candidature for an election.