Conservative Party Retains Control of Fazeley Town Council

Conservative logoThe Conservative Party have retained control of Fazeley Town Council following Thursday’s election held in Fazeley, Mile Oak and Bonehill.

After all of the votes were counted and the results declared, the Conservative Party won eight seats and the Labour Party got the other three seats on the Town Council.

Fazeley’s Town Mayor, Cllr Debbie James, was re-elected along with fellow Conservative Party member Cllr Jean Dann and Cllr Glen Mynott retained his seat for the Labour Party.

Fazeley’s new Conservative Party representative on Lichfield District Council Cllr Olivia Shepherd was elected to the Town Council along with Cllr Brian Hoult, Cllr Gwen Kingsley, Cllr Sam Kingstone, Cllr Cindy Rogers and Cllr Evelyn Rowe who also represents the Conservative Party on Tamworth Borough.

The election also saw two Labour Party members return to the Town Council.  Former Town Mayor Cllr Jo Atkins was re-elected nine months after her resignation from Fazeley Town Council forced a by-election in August 2014 and Cllr Geoff Naylor-Franklin was re-elected eight years after he was voted off the council at the 2007 election.

The first meeting of the new Town Council will take place on Monday 18th May at 19:30 in the Council Chamber at Fazeley Town Hall and residents are welcome to attend.

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