Result of Poll in Warwickshire County Council Election held on 4th May 2017
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Cllr Paul Beaman, Chairman of Studley Parish Council, presented Jude Bowley the Ambassador for Shakespeare Hospice with a cheque for £3200 which was raised during the 2016/2017 Chairman’s Annual Awards Evening & Christmas Fayre.
Mrs Bowley thanked Cllr Beaman for choosing the Shakespeare Hospice as his charity during his term of office.
The money will help the Hospice care for children and young people between the ages of 16- 24 years who have a life- limiting illness. Shakespeare Hospice is the only place between Oxford and Birmingham offering this type of care.
Mrs Bowley said, “We are committed to delivering the services our community needs and are privileged to meet and care for the many patients and families we serve”
At the Annual Parish Meeting on the 2nd May the Chairman, Cllr P Beaman, gave his report on the year. One of the highlights from the past year was the completion and the adoption of the long awaited Parish Plan which will provide a greater planning certainty for the Parish and will form the platform on which the Neighbourhood Plan can be built. The Parish Council will continue to work with County Council on the traffic issues in Studley. To ensure that Studley always gets the best deal he would like to see all Parish Councillors are provided with the proper tools for the job, particularly regarding specific training in the areas of planning, finance & legal. Cllr Beaman also thanked his Vice- Chair, Cllr J Bacon, his fellow Councillors, the Parish Clerk and Assistant Clerk for all their hard work during his term of office.
There were 14 voluntary groups who attended the Annual Meeting and presented their reports. These are the groups that the Parish Council have been supporting throughout the year to improve the Studley Environment for all of Studley’s residents.
Councillor Paul Beaman was re-elected as Chairman of the Parish Council at the Annual Studley Parish Council Meeting on the 2nd May 2017. Cllr Mrs Sue Redman has been elected as Vice- Chair.
Cllr Beaman said, “ as Chairman he would like the first item of discussion on the agenda at the next Council meeting to be training for the Parish Councillors.” His chosen charities for his term of office are Studley Royal British Legion & Studley Village Hall.