Councillors and Trustees

You can contact the Parish Council Office on (01793) 782925.


The office is on the first floor of the Memorial Hall and is open to the public on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 0900 to 1230.  The Clerk to the Council may be emailed here: Julia Evans

If you have a query, a complaint, or a question for one, or all, of the councillors, please email the Clerk who will forward to the appropriate councillor.


We will endeavour to answer all e-mails sent.




Richard Bartle  - Chair of Parish Council, Finance, Planning, Personnel, Grievance, Organisation & Finance, Hall Management, Sports Pavilion Project. Contact

Liz Jenkins - Planning, Community Art, Social Media, Hall Management, School Liaison. Contact


Gerard Pearson -  Community Speedwatch, Neighbourhood Action Group, Organisation & Finance, Play Areas. Contact


Stuart Coffey - Climate Emergency, Organisation & Finance, Play Areas, Parish Transport Representative -  contact


Lucy Brown - Environment, Allotments, Social Media, Events Contact


Chris Taylor - Planning, School Liaison



Julia Jones Vice-Chair of Viscountess Barrington's Trust, Planning,  Personnel, Grievance, Community Art, Hall Management Contact


David Pratt - Vice Chairman of Parish Council, Planning, Personnel, Grievance, Organisation & Finance, Environment, Hall Management. Contact

Bjorn Watson - Chairman of Viscountess Barrington's Trust, Planning, Personnel, Neighbourhood Plan, Grievance, Organisation & Finance, Climate Emergency, Hall Management, Sports Pavilion project. Contact


Connor Farrelly - Business Liaison, Neighbourhood Plan, Events - contact


Bob Sheldon - Allotments, Events




Shrivenham Parish Council
2 Highworth Road  
Shrivenham, SN6 8BL
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