15 June 2021Two Co-opted Members for Weston Rhyn Parish Council
Two new members joined the council on Monday night. Cllr Polly Smith, who has served on the council for a number of years, had not put herself up for election in case others in the village wanted to stand. However, when there were 2 vacancies, she tried for co-option and was successful.
Cllr Pam Manley has also been a councillor a few years ago. The Parish Council welcomes them both.
Another gentleman was up for co-option but wasn't successful on this occasion. Hopefully he will put himself forward, if a future vacancy arises.
The Parish Council meetings are always open to the public (please wear a mask and sanitise your hands, keeping away from other members of the public) and everyone is very welcome. The next meeting is the second Monday in July at the Village Institute.
11 May 2021A New Council for Weston Rhyn Parish
The new council met tonight for a successful Annual Meeting in the church. John Alwyn Hughes was voted in as Chairman, with Phil Barnett as Vice Chairman. Congratulations to them.
New councillors since the election are Phil and Sue Barnett, Paul Herbert, John Mattocks and Alison Layland, with re-elections from Luke Syrett, Angela Bright, Maggie Rowlands, James Wallace, Sheila Haskell and John Alwyn Hughes.
There are 2 vacancies on the council, which will be filled by co-option. More to follow. Watch out for information on Facebook soon, with more updates about the councillors on this website.
Helen Belton, Clerk to the Council
22 April 2021April Council Meeting
At the April 2021 Parish Council meeting, thanks were extended to retiring Councillors who were not standing again.
Long serving Councillor Brian Oakley stood down after more than 35 years service as did Councillors Jackie Bavin, Rose Law, Mick Keay and Polly Smith. Thanks were extended to them all for their long service to the community.
This was also the last meeting for the retiring Clerk, Roger Dyke with Helen Belton taking over from the end of the month.
Roger Dyke had served the Council for 32 years since appointment in June 1989 and had attended all 354 meetings of the Council throughout this period. Mr Dyke was thanked for his service.
22 April 2021NOTICE OF UNCONTESTED ELECTION
Following the recent invitation for nominations to serve on Weston Rhyn Parish Council, 11 parishioners put their names forward for 13 places. No Election will therefore be held and co-option will take place for the two vacancies. The Notice can be found in the Library.
08 April 2021April Meeting
Monday 12th April 2021, 7pm St John's Parish Church and via Zoom:
899 4179 0868