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Parish Council Members & their area of responsibility (May 2017 - 2021):

Cllr. Mr Stephen Banas

Post Office Cottage, Swallowcliffe, Salisbury, SP3 5PJ

  • Portfolio holder for: Highways
  • Council Rep to: Wiltshire Council Southwest Area Board

Cllr Mr Nigel Cooke

The Barn, Swallowcliffe, Salisbury, SP3 5NU

  • Portfolio holder for: Community Safety & Security / Police

Cllr. Mr Patrick Willis

Martin House, Swallowcliffe, Salisbury, SP3 5PF

  • Portfolio holder for: Footpaths, Rights of Way & Transport

Cllr. Ms Lyndsay Boothman

  • Portfolio holder for: Emergency Planning /Civic Contingencies
  • Portfolio holder for: Litter Management

Cllr. Mr Gerald Blundell

  • Portfolio holder for: Local Planning, Development & Council Finance
  • Council Rep to: The Village Hall Committee

To contact the Council in the first instance email the Clerk:

Mr Simon Pritchard

11 Heathfields Way, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 9JZ

(Tel: 07792 478960)

All agendas, minutes of meetings, accounts and latest news can be found on the official Parish Council website

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The Parish Council has 5 elected members, who must be registered electorates of the Parish.

Elections are held every 4 years; the next elections are in May 2017.

If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor more information can be found at

Or by contacting the Parish Clerk


The Parish Council meet once every 3 months, with extra meetings been called as and when needed. Meetings are always held in the Village Hall, normally on a Wednesday @7pm, all meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend.

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