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Election 21

 

Elections for Buckinghamshire Council were held on 6th May this year.  These elections were originally scheduled for May 2019 but were postponed for 12 months due to planning for the new unitary Buckinghamshire Council, then further postponed last year due to the pandemic. 

Elections were also scheduled for Chearsley Parish Council but only six nominations were received to fill the seven available Councillor places.  Those six people were therefore automatically elected unopposed as Councillors.

They are Paul Bown, Nic Brown, Angela Gray, John Lewis, Keith Turnbull and Julia Witcher.   The new appointments became effective on Monday10th May.

The remaining 7th place on the Council be be filled by a process of co-option by the appointed Council members.  Details of this process were published on 12th May.