Parish Council


For the latest news click the Parish Council LABEL in the right hand column
Whatever it is that you think the Council might be able to do to improve life in the Parish, the Councillors are there to help.  Just contact any one of them and explain your ideas or concerns.


These are held in the Village Hall at roughly 2 month intervals, usually on a Wednesday evening.  Notices of each meeting, along with the Agenda, are posted on the Village notice boards and all are welcome to attend.

Minutes of meetings are posted on the Parish Council notice board (outside Herbie's) and on the website.  Click on the Parish Council LABEL for these, and other Council information.


Richard Green (Chairman)


A Parish Councillor since May 2011. A Chartered Accountant, bringing to the Council 30 years’ experience in business, with a sound understanding of finance as well as legal and regulatory issues. My motivation is simple: to work on behalf of fellow villagers to maintain and improve village infrastructure and surroundings and to make our voice heard with NYCC and RDC authorities on local matters which may affect us all. 

Richard Kershaw

I've lived in Huttons Ambo since 1999 and want to maintain and develop the amenities and cohesion we enjoy as a community. I'm interested to hear about your ideas and difficulties and support you in bringing these to the Parish Council.

Andy Dorman

I have been a Parish Councillor for some 10 years.  I enjoy being part of the first point of contact for villagers whose democratic rights we represent. 

Simon Lealman

I have been part of Huttons Ambo for the whole of my life and a permanent resident for the last 12 years. The village has changed significantly over this time. My ideal is for parishioners to become more active in bringing their views to the Parish Council. This way we can direct our resources towards influencing decisions and dealing with the matters of real concern. This is why we had a consultation and subsequent plan. I care about Huttons Ambo and want to see it thrive, but acting on your behalf.

David Banks

David lives in the village at The Old School, with his wife, Sarah and their three sons. He has been a journalist for 28 years, writing for The Guardian, The Mirror and The Independent and now works for clients all over the UK as a self-employed media law consultant

Clerk to the Council

Jem Charles

No comments:

Post a Comment