Who are we?
Fazeley Town Council consists of eleven councillors, elected every four years, working to improve the local area for people living in Fazeley, Bonehill and Mile Oak
What do we do?
We look after local issues and projects – ranging from bus shelters to clearing litter. We also work closely with Lichfield District Council and Staffordshire County Council to deliver projects locally and these include; youth clubs in both Fazeley and Mile Oak, the summer festival and the Christmas fair
What are our top priorities?
We want more local flowers, more bins and more investment in our area. We also want less graffiti, and we want to get alcohol off our streets. We are a listening council and give local people the chance to help shape important decisions about our towns
When do we meet?
We normally meet at the Town Hall every second Monday of the month. We are keen for local people to come along and hear what we are discussing, and to give us feedback. We also publish our meeting minutes (copies are available on this website) of what we discuss and decide at each meeting, so it’s really easy for people to keep up to date with what’s going on. If you would like to attend a full Council meeting, please contact us for further details
What is this website about?
From making it easy for you to find out what’s going on at the council, to promoting local facilities, to highlighting local history and stories, we hope you’ll find our new website interesting!
Last Election – Thursday 7th May 2015
Twenty Five candidates put their names forward for election to Fazeley Town Council in 2015 and following the election on Thursday 7th May 2015, the Conservative Party retained control of the Town Council with eight seats to the Labour Party’s three seats
Jean Dann, Brian Hoult, Debbie James, Gwen Kingsley, Samuel Kingstone, Cindy Rogers, Evelyn Rowe, Olivia Shepherd
Jo Atkins, Geoff Franklin, Glen Mynott
The next Town Council election is due to be held in May 2019