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The Town Council is a democratically elected form of government for small parishes.
A council may serve as both the representative and executive branch. Depending upon
local laws and regulations, Town Councils usually self organise and elect a leader
to set the agenda of their governing body. This leader in Witney is granted the title
of Town Mayor. To represent the views and wishes of all residents of Witney. To promote
equality of access to all residents. To preserve the traditions and identity of the
town. To work independently and in partnership with others to improve the quality
of life, be developing and improving facilities and services to the highest standards,
at economic cost. To encourage investment in the town, in order to promote the economic
well-being of residents.
Annual Council Meeting – Wednesday 8th May 2013
PLEASE NOTE This meeting has been postponed until Monday 13 May 7pm
Election of a Town Councillor for the
Witney Town Council (East Ward)
on Thursday 2 May 2013
I, Keith Butler, being the Returning Officer at the above election, do hereby give
notice that the number of votes recorded for each Candidate at the said election
is as follows:
(if any) Number of
BEADLE, Ross Greville Charles Liberal Democrat 94
FULLAH, Alfred Amadu Veenod Labour and Co-operative Party Candidate 606
GRIFFIN, Kate Louise Green Party 267
HOLLIDAY, Chris The Conservative Party Candidate 744 Elected
* If elected, the word 'Elected' appears against the number of votes.
The number of ballot papers rejected was as follows: Number of
A want of an official mark
B voting for more Candidates than voter was entitled to 2
C writing or mark by which voter could be identified
D being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty 15