All Change at Audlem Parish Council

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Following the resignations of long serving Councillors Francis Mary Christie, Kate Down and David Siddorn, The Council sought nominations for the recent elections in May and the nominations which were accepted can be seen in the PDf File under the local photo.

Although up to twelve could be coopted before ballots would have to be conducted, only nine nominations were received and so all coopted.

Subsequent to the formation of this new council, Councillor Geoff Seddon has tended his resignation as Chairman to spend more time with his family.
At the AGM on Monday evening Councillor Seddon, who has been a Parish Councillor on Audlem Parish Council for 8 years and held the posts of Vice Chairman and Chairman stepped down and Councillor Steve Boyes was elected Chairman

Councillor David Higham was elected to continue as Vice Chairman.

We expect the list of councillors on the Parish Council portal on AudlemOnline will be updated in the near future — now updated 16/05

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