Who’s Who on your Parish Council

 

There are currently fourteen Parish Councillors.  

Councillors are not paid and receive no income, so all work done on our Resident’s behalf is completely voluntary. The Council meets monthly but there are no meetings in August or December.

At the start of Council meetings 15 minutes is set aside for public participation.  

Councillors

Code of Conduct

Antony Gosling

Chairman

84 Hilton Avenue, Gunness DN15 8BD

Millie Armitage

Councillor

42 Neap House Road, Gunness DN15 8TT

Pat Devine

Councillor

21 Fourth Avenue, Parklands DN17 1TB

Pamela Mcllvaney

Councillor

6 Matlock Court, Lodge Moor Estate, Scunthorpe DN15 7UL

Les Walker

Councillor

21 Fourth Avenue, Parklands DN17 1TB

Dave Whiteley

Councillor

29 Bolsover Road, Lodgemoor, Scunthorpe DN15 7UZ

Graham Berridge-Burley

Councillor

3 Beech Avenue, Gunness DN15 8TL

Eric Gray

Vice-Chairman

Address in North Lincolnshire

Susan Armitage

Councillor

42 Neap House Road, Gunness DN15 8TT

Bob Etchell

Councillor

5 Campbell Farm Avenue, Gunness DN15 BSS

Lisa Gosling

Councillor

84 Hilton Avenue, Gunness DN15 8BD

Daniel Hart

Councillor

64 Chiltern Crescent, Scunthorpe DN17 1TJ

Dominic West

Councillor

White Hall Farm, 90 Old Village Street, Gunness, DN15 8TW

Dan Medley

Councillor

101 Hilton Avenue, Scunthorpe, DN15 8BD

Your Ward Councillors

Burringham and Gunness ward lies to the west of Scunthorpe and covers the settlements on the eastern bank of the Trent, north and south of Keadby Bridge.  As might be expected, it covers the parishes of Burringham and Gunness. One North Lincolnshire Councillors represents this Ward.

The Ward Councillor attends Parish Council meetings and are the link between the Parish Council and North Lincolnshire Council.

Councillor Josh Walshe

Ward Councillor

Phone: 07799 476930

Email: josh.walshe@northlincs.gov.uk

A town monument with Redbourne 1791-1917 and a knight, duck and possibly a pigeon on it

Code of Conduct

Our Councillors are required to sign up to the Code of Conduct and, in doing so, pledge to observe the requirements contained within it.

As part of this they are required to complete a register of interests and this can be found by following the link below (then click on the required Councillor name):

https://northlincolnshire.moderngov.co.uk/mgParishCouncilDetails.aspx?ID=257&LS=3 Opens in a new window