Your Councillors

Mayor of Gillingham

Barry Von Clemens – 2019/2020

Councillor Barry Von Clemens will serve as Mayor, for the Council year from 13th May 2019 to 25th May 2020 when a new Mayor will be elected.

He will be supported by his escort Miss Alison Gale, with Councillor Paul Harris as Deputy Mayor.

If you would like to invite the Mayor to an event that you are organising please download a Mayoral Function questionnaire – DOWNLOAD

Alternatively please contact the Mayor’s Executive Assistant, Mrs Jill Ezzard on 01747 823588 or j.ezzard@gillinghamdorset-tc.gov.uk

 

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This evening the town council’s Planning Committee voted in favour of supporting an application for a new petrol station in Gillingham. For further information click on the link below:

https://planning.north-dorset.gov.uk/online-applic…
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It's International E-Waste Day!

E-Waste (or Waste Electronic Electrical Equipment, or WEEE) includes personal devices such as computers, screens, smartphones, tablets and TVs.

Smaller items should be taken to a WEEE bank, recycling centre or other outlet. They should never be placed in any household bin.

Larger items (washing machines, fridges, freezers, TVs etc.) should be taken to a household recycling centre where they can be dropped off for free.

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Sunday 13 October - Flooding is possible - be prepared

Message from the Environment Agency:

River levels have risen at the Gillingham Le Neubourg Way river gauge as a result of heavy overnight rainfall. Consequently, the risk of flooding remains. We believe there is a possibility of flooding of the river and the tributaries between Gillingham and Sturminster Newton. Flooding of properties is not forecast at this point. The weather remains unsettled over the next couple of days and further rainfall is forecast. We are closely monitoring the situation and expect river levels to remain high for the next few days. Our incident response staff are checking defences. Please stay aware in case further warnings are issued. This message will be updated tomorrow morning or as the situation changes.

This information was last updated at 9:48am Sunday 13 October 2019
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