Your Parish Council

Parish Clerk

Mrs Jessica Ashbridge


Chair

Vice Chair

Stephanie Gill


Rob Clayton


Brian Barrow


Richard Carter


Nigel Cook


Ron Couchman


Michael Patmore


Martina Ryan


Rebecca Stanford


Parish Council Committees & Responsibilities

Complaint Committee

Dispute Committee

Employment Committee

Brian Barrow

Martina Ryan

Rebecca Stanford

Richard Carter

Nigel Cook

Rob Clayton

Stephanie Gill

Stephanie Gill

Richard Carter

Rob Clayton

Stephanie Gill


Byways and Footpath Representative.  Rebecca Stanford


Internal Auditor. Maurice Howard

Haynes Barlee & Clavering

United Charities Trust

Brian Barrow

Richard Carter

Michael Patmore


District Councillor


County Councillor


Member of Parliment

Parish Council Vacancy

The Council wishes to invite anyone eligible to consider whether they feel able to take part in the work the Council carries out for the benefit of the village, and to help influence decisions taken at higher tiers of government to ensure that the views and opinions of the villagers of Clavering are taken into consideration. 

 

If anyone feels able to put themselves forward in this way please contact the Chair, Stephanie Gill (01799 550212) or the Clerk (07986 914991).

 

Similarly, if you would like more information as to what the position actually involves, do contact us so we may answer any questions.

 

We look forward to hearing from interested parishioners.

 

 Please note candidates must be eligible to stand for the position, namely be aged 18 years or over, be a qualifying British, Commonwealth or European citizen, andbe on the electoral role in the parish;

Or
During the whole of the twelve months before he/she was nominated as a candidate, occupied land or other premises as owner or tenant in the parish;

Or
During the same period, resided in that area or within three miles thereof;

Or
During the same period, has his/her principal or only place of work in that area.

 

You cannot stand for election if you are subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order, have, within five years before the day of the election, been convicted in the United Kingdom of any offence and have had a sentence of imprisonment  (whether suspended or not) for a period of over three months without the option of a fine.