Lynn Pratt

Cherwell District Councillor for Bicester North and Caversfield Ward
Bicester Town Councillor for North Ward

Lynn moved to Bicester in 1998 and immediately got involved in the community, first being elected to Bicester Town Council in 1999. A resident of Bicester North, until her retirement Lynn also worked locally. She is honoured to have been the Mayor of Bicester twice. Since she has moved to Bicester, Lynn has seen the town expand greatly and is keen to ensure that, as a town, new residents who have chosen to make Bicester their home are welcomed. She is always available to residents to discuss Council-related problems.

Lynn currently serves as Cherwell District Council's Lead Member for Economy, Regeneration and Property. In this role, Lynn helps to support local businesses, large and small, whilst encouraging new ones to relocate to, and set up shop in, the District. Ensuring Banbury and Bicester’s town centres continue to thrive is a key priority.

 

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Spick and span Southwold

1000kgs of waste has been removed from the Southwold area of north Bicester following a week-long neighbourhood litter blitz carried out by Cherwell District Council's street cleansing team.

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Mike Bishop

Cherwell District Councillor for Adderbury, Bloxham and Bodicote Ward

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Chris Heath

Cherwell District Councillor for Adderbury, Bloxham and Bodicote Ward

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Andrew McHugh

Cherwell District Councillor for Adderbury, Bloxham and Bodicote Ward

Andrew was first elected by the residents of Adderbury, Bloxham and Bodicote Ward in a by-election in September 2016. He has a proud military background but more recently has worked in various roles within the healthcare sector.

Colin Clarke

Cherwell District Councillor for Banbury Calthorpe and Easington Ward
Banbury Town Councillor for Calthorpe South Ward

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Kieron Mallon

Cherwell District Councillor for Calthorpe and Easington Ward
Banbury Town Councillor for Easington South Ward
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Tony Mepham

Cherwell District Councillor for Banbury Calthorpe and Easington Ward
Banbury Town Councillor for Calthorpe South Ward

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Nathan Bignell

Cherwell District Councillor for Banbury Hardwick Ward
Banbury Town Councillor for Hardwick West Ward

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John Donaldson

Cherwell District Councillor for Banbury Hardwick Ward

John has lived in the heart of the Hardwick Ward for almost 20 years and has represented his fellow Ward residents on Cherwell District Council since 2003.

Tony Ilott

Cherwell District Councillor for Banbury Hardwick Ward
Banbury Town Councillor for Hardwick West Ward
Oxfordshire County Councillor for Banbury Hardwick Division

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Sean Gaul

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Sean grew up on Hendon Place, was schooled at Glory Farm Primary School, and The Cooper School, and was the local paperboy.