Welcome to Whitnash Town Council - Working for a better Whitnash

Councillors and Wards

Town Council Structure

The Council has 15 members elected from four local wards.

Policies are managed through four Standing Committees composed of a Chairman and Councillors. Council meetings are open to the public and experts are often invited to give presentations of topics of specialist interest to the committee. The Annual Parish Meeting (meeting for electors) is held in April. The Council also holds an Annual General Meeting in May at the Community Centre.

Members of the public and press are welcome to attend.

Planning Committee – examination of development proposals and applications, Highway improvements, considering Regional and County Structure Plans and Street Lighting

Hall and Playing Fields Committee – Community Hall, recreational areas, sports facilities and play schemes

Finance and General Purposes Committee – responsibilities cover finance, policies, civic duties, grants and any items not covered by the above committees.

Christmas Lights Committee – responsibilities for Christmas Lights display and the Christmas Lights Switch On event on the first Sunday in December.

In addition, the Town Council also has a Community Hub Committee, responsible for overseeing all aspects of the new Community Hub project.

Town Council Wards

The Town Council is made up of four wards – North, East, South and West. The map showing the wards can be accessed by clicking on the link below:

Whitnash Ward Map July 2019

North Ward Councillors

East Ward Councillors

South Ward Councillors

West Ward Councillors

The Town Clerk