Barry Wood

Cherwell District Councillor for Fringford and Heyfords Ward

Barry represents the villages of the Fringford and Heyfords Ward on Cherwell District Council. He considers it to be a great honour to represent the interests of the people and communities of the Ward in which he lives and has a very strong track record of standing up for them. Barry has consistently been chosen by his Councillor peers to be Leader of the Council since 2004 and under his leadership, Cherwell District Council has been recognised as delivering excellent, efficient and innovative local government for all the communities and residents of Cherwell District.

Contact Barry:

Ebarry.wood@cherwell-dc.gov.uk

T: 07546 073678

P: Cllr. Barry Wood, c/o Members Room, Cherwell District Council, Bodicote House, Bodicote, Banbury OX15 4AA.

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