Council Members

Chairman

    David Rockey

    David was re-elected to the parish council following the May 2016 elections.

    David has lived in Amercombe in the High Street Kingswood since 1983 when he and his wife Tricia bought the derelict property and restored the house and Gardens.  He loves the community of Kingswood where he has always felt very welcome and has tried to welcome others.  He  enjoys hosting the annual village Fete in his garden.    He is a Justice of the Peace and is involved in various charitable works.

    Vice-Chairman

      Ken Wood

      None

      Ken was re-elected to the parish council following the May 2016 elections.

      Ken has a young family and is a member of the Kingswood Cricket Team.

       

      Councillors

        Christopher Dunn

        Independent

        Christopher Dunn B Ed age 71,

        Teacher/Engineer (retired)

        Gloucestershire resident 68 years, Kingswood resident 43 years

        Christopher has an interest in and champions the following;

        Democratic rights, consumers, environment, Public Rights of Ways’s (PROWs) and injustice.

         

          Sue Evans

          Sue was re-elected to the council following the 2016 elections. Sue also holds the contract for the cleaning of the public convenience. Sue is a member of the Neighbourhood Plan Working Party

            Paul Hemming

            Paul was re-elected to the council following the May 2016 elections. Paul is a member of the Neighbourhood Development Plan Working Party.

            Paul can be contacted as follows;
            45 Walkmill Lane
            KIngswood
            Wotton Under EDge
            Glos GL12 8RZ

              Toby Phillips

              Toby has been re-elected at the May 2016 elections. Toby lives on the original part of Chestnut Park and has a keen interest in the wild life and environment.

              Toby is a member of the Neighbourhood Development Plan Working Party.

                Jean Simmons

                Jean was re-elected at the May 2016 elections. Jean is a farmer and interested in agricultural issues. Jean also supports the Clerk in looking after the Cemetery.