All Councillors are essentially volunteers from within our communities, and will have a number of draws on their availability. If you would like to write or
speak to a Councillor, we suggest you first make contact with the Clerk to the Council who can advise
Your Parish Councillors are listed here, with links to their email addresses:
Cllr Sandra Gamble (Chairman)
Cllr Michael May (Vice Chairman)
Cllr H Freeman
Cllr Bronwen Matters
Cllr A Morton
If you would like to write to your local councillor, see below for addresses (no visitors please).
See below also for the members of our Committee and Working Groups:
To link through to the public Register of Members' Interests, and more information on their Code of Conduct, see our How we do it page to the right.
The Council has a small number of Committees and Working Groups - there is a chart below, as are the Terms of Reference for the Risk Management Committee:
The Council always welcomes and encourages interest from any eligible elector who is considering becoming a Councillor. Vacancies will be advertised on this website, and on the Public Notice Board in the High Street. If you would like to get more involved in your community, and are considering becoming a councillor, then you can watch a video here.
To find out more about the difference that local councils and councillors make you can download some useful guides:
To be eligible you must meet the criteria explained below. If you have any questions do please contact us.
Your link to Wiltshire Council
We are supported and you are represented on Wiltshire Council by Councillor Richard Gamble, Member for The Lavingtons and Erlestoke Division. You can contact him on 01380 812616 or by email here. The Cabinet of Wiltshire Council has prepared an Annual Report, looking ahead to 2015/16 and the challenges being faced. You can see the report below: