Below are the current members of Walton Parish Council. Some of these councillors have been on the parish council for a number of years,
Parish Council elections happen every four years, with Walton having spaces for 9 Councillors.
If councillors stand down [due to moving away or health reasons etc.] then the Parish Council can cio-opt people to fill the spaces and make up the numbers to 9.
Due to the ongoing COVID19 restrictions Council is currently only holding VIRTUAL METTINGS
if you want to contribute please contact the parish clerk – firstname.lastname@example.org
The parish council meets every month, usually but not always on the second Friday of the month at 7 pm
Parish surgeries are also held at the village hall as required if you want to talk to one of your local councillors or raise any issues of concern or interest ~ you can make an individual appointment via the Parish Clerk.
The Parish Clerk is Helen Moore who may be contacted on : 07399040667 or written to at 21 Bere Lane Glastonbury BA6 8BD
email : email@example.com
or contacted direct from the web site contact page.
**PLEASE NOTE THE CLERK IS PART-TIME AND WORKS WEEK DAY MORNINGS ONLY ALL ENQUIRIES WILL RECEIVE A REPLY BUT IT MAY NOT BE INSTANTANEOUS !!**
Elected at the May 2019 uncontested election, Cllr. Crossman is the parish council representative to the Walton Trust. He is also a member of the staffing group and budget group.
Cllr. Richard Vowles was co-opted onto the council in July 2020.
Richard is a member of the allotment society and part of the working group for the East Mead Field.
Lisa Whitty was co opted onto the council in 2020.
Lisa helps with the village history project and is the Councillor with responsibility for the village play area.
Co-opted onto council in February 2021 and yet to take up an area of responsibility
Recent new legislation requires that the register of interests form completed by all parish Councillors is now displayed on that parish councils website.
The forms for any Parish Councillors and District Councillors may also be found on the Mendip District Council website http://www.mendip.gov.uk/