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Meet Our Councillor's

Each year, Councillors decide who among them will take each of the responsibilities vested in them as group for things which go on in the village through the year or which require representation from the Parish Council. They hold an Annual Meeting in May each year at which their individual responsibilities for the coming year are set.

At most meetings they are joined by our District Councillor Dean Clarke and by our County Councillor Phil Grove.

Members of the public are invited to all meetings and the Agenda for each of the is publish on the Notice Boards around five days before each meeting.

There are currently (July 2019) four vacancies on the Parish Council. Anyone interested in becoming a Parish Councillor should contact the Clerk by telephone or complete our ‘get in touch’ form.

Paul Hayes - Chairman

Paul lives on the West side of the village and as well as carrying out his Chairman Duties, he takes the responsibility for matters relating to Highways and Traffic Management.

Mob: 07710 378243 Email : paul.hayes.phc@gmail.com

Ian Lawrence


Ian lives on the eastern side of the village and is the person who takes responsibility for issues in the village which are south of Broadheath Lane. Ian also looks after Holly Bank.

Email: Ian.Lawrence@physics.org

Lorna Marson


Lorna lives in the centre of the village and represents the Parish Council on the Parish Hall Management Committee. Lorna serves on the Staffing Committee of the parish council.

Email: lmarsonhallow@gmail.com

Hazel Kemshall

Vice Chairman 

Hazel lives at the northern end of the Village. 
She is the Lead for Hallow Neighbourhood Development Plan and chairs the Steering Group which is putting it together.
Hazel also looks after the Parish Council’s interests in relation to the Old Churchyard


Home: 01905 641632  ​Email : hazelkemshall@gmail.com

Anne Stark


James Rose


James also lives at the northern end of the village. He has the responsibility for issues north of Broadheath Lane. As a keen gardener James also takes responsibility for the Allotments.

Email: jrosehpc@yahoo.co.uk

Malcolm Silvester


Malcolm lives at the southern end of the village and is in a position to keep an eye on the Playing Field.
Malcolm Silvester is the PC representative on the Board of Trustees of Hallow United Charities.

Email: Malcolm (Wychbury Engineering) Malcolm@wychbury.com