Committee members

Chair of Bathford Parish Council – Hugh Baker
Vice Chair of Bathford Parish Council – Wendy Chambers
Clerk to Bathford Parish Council – Jon Cooper

The council has several committees composed of a core of elected councillors who are responsible for different areas. Each committee can also have co-opted members who assist with their specialist knowledge and experience.

The Amenities Committee (whose remit covers most tangible public areas of Parish Council business)

Wendy Chambers – Chair
John Budd
John Lloyd
Richard Wickham

See Reports

The Finance and Administration committee

Sue Barclay – Chair
David Le Lohé
Wendy Chambers

See Reports

The Highways, Footpaths and Lighting Committee

David Le Lohé – Chair
John Budd
Peter Martin
Richard Wickham
Maureen Millbank

See Reports

The Planning Committee (responsible for Planning and Environmental issues)

Hugh Baker – Chair
John Lloyd
Peter Martin
Wendy Chambers

See Reports

Communications Committee

Peter Martin – Chair
Susan Barclay
Wendy Chambers
David Le Lohé

See Reports

The council also has other areas with responsibility or representation by individual councillors including the neighbourhood watch, the Parish Hall committee, liaison with the school governors and the Wynne Wilson Playing field charity.

Co-opted Committee members

We also have co-opted committee members all of whom bring specialist knowledge and experience to their committees:
Steve Mackerness, Philip Harris and Tony Cox on the planning committee, Shirley Beazer on the Highways committee and Stan Cherry on the Amenities committee.

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Clean Air Zones

BANES  has been instructed to cut  Nitrogen Dioxide levels to legal limits and create clean air zones in Bath for which vehicles are likely to be charged for entry. There is now a period of consultation with drop in sessions and one to one surgeries designed for more specific concerns. For more information http://www.bathnes.gov.uk/bath-breathes-2021/get-involved


Bath Rotary Club – Tommy Appeal

Bath Rotary club has proposed to BANES council that there should be at least one “Tommy” installed in Bath to mark the centenary of the end of WW1 and the council have agreed.  In order that the cost of this exercise does not detract from our other charitable donations they have produced a mydonate page specifically to raise the cost of Tommies. The Tommies are 6ft silhouettes of a WW1 soldier which are being installed all around the country. All the proceeds from the sale of these goes to Military charities such as Help for Heroes. This video on youtube gives a fuller story https://youtu.be/g50viJ3J94A The mydonate page is at https://mydonate.bt.com/events/tommie/475826


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