Stawley & Ashbrittle Parishes

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Simon Buttars moved to Stawley in 1988 and after leaving the area for a period of study, culminating in a PhD from Warwick,  he returned to Stawley, changed direction and went into the outdoor education business.  More recently he spent 5 years living in Cumbria where he developed two derelict farmhouses on a remote smallholding in the Pennines. He currently devotes most of his time to his one year old daughter.   Simon is responsible for roads.

 

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Dr Clive Wall, and his wife Val, moved to Stawley in 2004 and Clive joined the

Parish Council in 2007.  He became Chairman in May 2010 and has overseen significant changes in the the way the Council conducts its business, hopefully to the benefit of the parish.  Formerly a research biologist specialising in the control of insect pests in agriculture and horticulture using minimal amounts of pesticides, Clive now enjoys being active in the community, gardening, various country pursuits and devoting as much time as possible to his passion of full-bore target shooting.

 

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Chairman

Councillor - Highways

Councillor - Footpaths

Paul Musgrove discovered Greenham in 2006 whilst hunting for somewhere to live after 25 years in the Army .  It took a further six years to clear the site and build a house with the assistance of sons, daughter, and friends but the result is a home which should be carbon neutral (time will tell).  

 

Paul also sits on the Pavilion Committee as an ex-officio member for the Parish Council.and looks after the website and administration

 

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Dr Clive Wall, and his wife Val, moved to Stawley in 2004 and Clive joined the

Parish Council in 2007.  He became Chairman in May 2010 and has overseen significant changes in the the way the Council conducts its business, hopefully to the benefit of the parish.  Formerly a research biologist specialising in the control of insect pests in agriculture and horticulture using minimal amounts of pesticides, Clive now enjoys being active in the community, gardening, various country pursuits and devoting as much time as possible to his passion of full-bore target shooting.

 

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Councillor - Finance

Pat’s husband David grew up in Appley.  They decided to move back to Stawley, from Dorset, in 1992 with their two sons.  After her initial career in scientific research, Pat re-trained as a teacher and worked at Somerset College in Taunton and, subsequently, at Wellington School until her retirement.  Her hobbies include walking, gardening and a variety of craft activities.

 

Pat is also the Responsible Financial Officer for the Parish.

 

 

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