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Councillors

Hale Parish Council has 10 Parish Councillors each of whom is elected for a term of up to four years by the electors of the Parish. The Statement as to Persons Nominated for the current term (2018-2022) can be accessed here.  A statutory annual meeting is held in May at which the Chairman and Vice Chairman of Council are elected by the Council members at the start of the civic year which runs from May to April.

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Cllr Bernie Mitchell -Chairman

 

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Cllr Bernie Cleary - Vice Chairman

Cllr Bernie Cleary was elected to Hale Parish Council in 2018. Having a career working for GMB, Cllr Cleary has helped the Parish Council to align its salaries to the Foundation Living Wage whilst working to improve the appraisals and recruitment process.  Cllr Cleary helped to facilitate the recent refurbishment of the monument, gun and flag pole. 

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Cllr Catherine Williams

Cllr Catherine Williams was co-opted onto the Parish Council in 2012 and subsequently re-elected in 2014 and 2018.  As a business owner, Cllr Williams offers much support to the functions of Hale Parish Council, serving as an expert on catering and cooking workshops offered by Hale Parish Council. Cllr Williams brings a progressive outlook to Council business, generating a keen interest in many new ideas and initiatives for the Council to explore. Having been at the forefront of providing new services and activities for residents of Hale, Cllr Williams has seen the Parish Council evolve over recent years to become a strong force for the village that is the backbone of the community and provides a powerful tool that serves residents with a robust support system to protecting and develop what is most important to them. 

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Cllr Chris King

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Cllr Carol Anderson

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Cllr Luke Trevaskis 

Cllr Luke Trevaskis was co-opted onto Hale Parish Council at the age of eighteen in 2008, serving as the youngest Parish Councillor in the Country at the time. Luke has subsequently been re-elected in 2010, 2014, and 2018. Representing a younger voice in the community, Luke has been keen to encourage the Parish Council's involvement with the next generation of residents. Spearheading the Neighbourhood Plan, a greater number of youth activities, and local assistance groups such as Hale Memory Makers, Luke's grass roots approach to Council business offers refreshing new perspectives and opportunities for a creative and imaginative future Parish.

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Cllr Jason Brown

 

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Cllr Patricia Lewis

 

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Cllr Mark Roberts

Mark Roberts was Elected to the Parish Council in June 2023

Mark regularly assists with the setting up and organisation of village events, including the Carnival, an event which goes back many decades and which pulls people into the village like no other. 

He became a Freeman of Hale in 2017 and assists with as many of their fund raising and charity events as possible, including the recent Coronation celebration at the Childe of Hale Pub, the Jubilee Celebrations at the cricket pitch in 2022, the OAP Christmas Mingle and Jingle and the annual Beer Festival.

He assisted and continues to work with the Friends of Hale Village in the setting up and maintenance of the Jubilee memorial at Parsonage Green

A co-founder and organiser of the Hale Seashore Dash, an annual charitable fun run along the shoreline Mark has helped raise thousands of pounds for village events and helps to provide enjoyment  for those who participate and those who assist with organisation.

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Cllr Peter Healey

 

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