The Councillor Commission report:
Findings and Implications for Town and Parish Councils
with Rachel Wall from the De Montfort University
Focus on the Regeneration of Local Politics
with Kellie Hinton, NALC Young Councillor of the Year 2016/17, and former Mayor of Henley on Thames.
|9.30 am - 10.00 am||
|10.00 am - 10.45 am||
Rachel Wall from the De Montfort University
|10.45 am - 11.15 am||
At the AGM members vote on the membership subscription for the Association as proposed by the County Committee. Members of the County Committee for the year 2018 - 2019 are appointed or reported to the AGM. The Committee is a representative body for parish and town councils in Warwickshire, Solihull, Coventry and Birmingham. The Committee plays a very important role in representing the views and needs of member parish and town councils, and manages the Association. It is imperative that there is a good representation from across the area.
Individual Councils are invited to submit resolutions to be moved by members at WALC’s AGM. Resolutions need to be concerned with issues that affect the majority of councils.
|11.15 am - 11.45 am||
|11.45 am - 12.30 pm||
Kellie Hinton, NALC Young Councillor of the Year 2016/17, and former Mayor of Henley on Thames.
|12.30 pm - 12.45 pm||
Meeting papers will be sent to delegates by Royal Mail prior to the event
Delegates registering after 21st October 2018 will collect their papers at the event, or can download them from the website.
Rachel is a PhD Researcher and lecturer within the Local Governance Research Unit and Department of Politics and Public Policy at De Montfort University, Leicester. Rachel has been the researcher to the De Montfort University and Municipal Journal Councillor Commission and has co-authored the commission’s final report. She has also previously worked as a local government officer and served as a parish councillor.
Kellie has been a Councillor for over 6 years, Former Mayor of Henley-on-Thames, NALC Young Councillor of the Year, Sue Ryder Women of Achievement 2018 nominee (awards in Feb) 32 years old, working, mother of one.