Members of the Parish Council

Our councillors do not have set responsibilities but volunteer as matters arising occur. If representation is required on external local public bodies, councillors volunteer depending on availability.

Chairman

Cllr D. Smith

5 Main Street, Normanton on Soar dave.smith@nospc.parish.email

07932 643793

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Vice Chairman

Cllr K. Bonser

1 Jackson Close, East Leake
keith.bonser@nospc.parish.email

01509 737460

Councillor

Cllr P Sharpe

5 Far Lane, Normanton on Soar paul.sharpe@nospc.parish.email

01509 769102

Councillor

Cllr S. Ponting

25 Far Lane, Normanton on Soar sue.ponting@nospc.parish.email

01509 844088

Councillor

Cllr S. Sleight

Ivy Cottage, Butt Lane, Normanton on Soar stuart.sleight@nospc.parish.email

01509 854140

Councillor

Cllr B. Fern

September Place, Moor Lane, Normanton on Soar ben.fern@nospc.parish.email

07595 718121

Councillor

Cllr S. Kearn

17 Far Lane, Normanton on Soar Samantha.kearn@nospc.parish.eamil

07517 482560

County Councillor

Cllr Andrew Brown

Cllr.andrew1.brown@nottscc.gov.uk

01509 820478

Rushcliffe Borough Councillor

Cllr Carys Thomas

Cllr.CThomas@rushcliffe.gov.uk

01509 853975

Rushcliffe Borough Councillor

Cllr Kevin Shaw

Cllr.KShaw@rushcliffe.gov.uk

01509 559002

Rushcliffe Borough Councillor

Cllr Lesley Way

Cllr.LWay@rushcliffe.gov.uk

01509 820298

Clerk to the Council

Sue Lewis

171 Weston Road, Aston on Trent, Derby, DE72 2BA clerk@nospc.parish.email

07776 458154

 

Far Lane
River Soar from western bank

How do you become a parish councillor?

To qualify to be a parish councillor you must be:

  • A British citizen, or a citizen of the Commonwealth or the European Union.
  • At least 18 on the day that he or she is nominated as a candidate
  • A registered local government elector within the parish
  • A resident in the parish, or within three miles of the parish, or working full time in the parish for at least 12 months prior to the nomination or election day.

A person is disqualified from holding office as a parish or town councillor if:

  • They hold a paid office, or other place of profit in the council
  • They are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order or interim order.
  • They have been convicted of a criminal offence and sentenced to more than 3 months imprisonment within the last five years · They incur illegal expenditure (when acting as a councillor) of over £2,000, or are found guilty of using corrupt or illegal practices.

What powers and duties do parish councils have?
Parish councils have a variety of powers and duties, all of which impact directly on the community.