Councillors of Wootton Parish Council

Would you like to get involved in shaping your community?   

Would you like to become a Parish Councillor?

For information about being a Councillor please see The Good Councillors Guide.

Parish Council meetings are free to attend. To make a representation to the Parish Council at the next meeting please contact the Clerk to the Council (details below).  NOTE: You must give your name and address in any communication to the Parish Council. Anonymous communications will not be considered.

Parish Clerk:

Wendy Bates


Councillor Contact Email Committee Area of Responsibility
Dr Gerardine Quaghebeur (Chair)   Parish Land Committee Chair, Biodiversity and Climate
Prof. Laurence Brockliss Finance & General Purposes Committee, Planning Committee Emergency Planning, Neighbourhood Plan, Vice Chair
Mr Paul Foster Finance & General Purposes Committee Highways (incl SID signs and verges).
Mr Andrew Lane n/a Footpaths
Mrs Vanessa Manning Planning Committee Bridleways, Defibrillators, Road Crossing Project
Mrs Gwen Morgan Finance & General Purposes Committee, Parish Land Committee (Chair) Community Park Checks, Road Crossing Project
Mr David Parker Parish Land Committee Community Centre Liaison, Cricket Club Liaison, Christmas Light Installation
Mrs Karen Pethick n/a Community Park Checks
Mr Vijay Srao n/a Transport – busses & bus stops
Mr John Werrell Finance & General Purposes Committee, Planning Committee Highways (incl SID signs and verges), Christmas Light Installation

Parish Council papers are published on this website under the terms of its publication scheme under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, and as part of the Council’s commitment to open government.

Under The Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities Parish Councils have to provide certain documents freely available.  As well as the Minutes and Agenda follow the link for the Governance Documents and Policies.

Other information under the Act is available on application to the Clerk; please note that under the Act, all requests for information must be made in writing.  There will be a charge to cover the actual cost of providing the information.