PARISH Councillors are elected every 4 years. Lynemouth Parish Council has 12 council 'seats' serving the electorate [1124 electors] as follows:-
This Members' page provides a list of current parish councillors, each with contact details.
The main point of contact with the Parish Council is through the Parish Clerk who can be contacted on most week days (Mon-Fri) during normal office hours (between 9am and 5pm) on telephone number: 07788 111729 (message service available), or via e-mail at: Lynemouthparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk
Councillor Gillian Thompson was the first recipient of the honorary freedom of the parish, Gillian has served in many positions and has held the office of chairman. She is currently leader of the Allotments Working Group.
Northumberland County Councillor for Lynemouth ward. The County Council is responsible for:
Education; Social services; Strategic planning; Highways; Transportation; Libraries; Trading standards; Housing services; Environmental health; Leisure, culture a
Mrs. Sadie Williamson holds the MBE for services to the community for a range of work. A founder member of Lynemouth Ladies’ Tuesday Club, social secretary for a Darby and Joan club, running a dancing class, and organising the annual shoebox appeal.
Milburn Douglas [Doug] proudly represented the Lynemouth Ward on Northumberland County Council. He lived in the village for over 40 years [1969-2011]. He was Mayor of Castle Morpeth in 2005-06; 2007-08 (2nd term); and Honorary Alderman 2009.
Register of Interests
Councillors are required to complete a register of interest form. You can view the Lynemouth Parish Council's Registerable Interests on Northumberland County Council's website:
The parish councillors' and any staff images on this page must not be stored, recorded, republished, or otherwise processed without the explicit agreement of Lynemouth Parish Council. They are not licenced for use under the Open Government Licence.