Ashbourne Councillors get key jobs on District Council

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By BrendaK | Tuesday, June 07, 2011, 15:38

It has been announced that several local Ashbourne Councillors will undertake key roles on Derbyshire Dales District Council.

Councillor Tony Millward who represents the Ashbourne area on the District Council will become Vice Chairman of the District Council, and he will also become the Chairman of the Southern Area Planning Committee.   Councillor Mrs Judith Twigg who represents Bakewell, will be the new District Council Chairman.

The Southern Area Community Forum will be chaired by Councillor Andrew Lewer who represents the Ashbourne area.  Councillor Lewer is also the leader of Derbyshire County Council.  Sir Richard FitzHerbert, newly elected District Councillor for the Dovedale and Parwich Ward, will become Vice Chairman of the Southern Area Community Forum.

Councillor Lewis Rose OBE continues as Leader of the District Council, whilst the District Councillor for the Doveridge area, Councillor Albert Catt, will Chair the Partnership & Regeneration Committee.



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