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    About the Community Council

    At the grassroots level of government in Wales, community and town councils are accountable to local people and have a duty to represent the interests of the local community. Community and town councils enhance the local government system as a whole and provide a number of benefits to the communities they serve including local responsiveness, the dedicated representation of local interests, the ability to mobilise community activity and the capacity to supplement and enhance the services and facilities operated by the County Council.

    Higher Kinnerton Community Council isprogressive in nature and members work collaboratively with other public-sector organisations for the best outcomes for our residents. We listen to our community and plan our activities accordingly. This is reflected in our long-term investment plan which ensures our village is both socially and financially sustainable.

    The themes of Community, Commerce and Communication are reflected through all Higher Kinnerton Community Council activities and with the changes happening in local government and the need for communities to work together to support and deliver community services, the Community Council set about prioritising links with our residents to communicate, engage and deliver.

    Please feel free to contact any of the councillors for matters related to the council or community
    Chairman of the Council

    Co-opted, Independent

    My family and I have lived in the village for over 40 years and have been a member of HKCC since 2012. I am now a retired ex business development manager. I live  at the top of Main Road.

    Elected County Councillor for the Ward

    I and my family live on Main Road. I have been a village resident since 1983, I am married with two sons and four grandchildren. Now retired from the aerospace industry.


    Co-opted Member, Independent

    I am married with two daughters and I have lived in the village for 45 years. I am a school governor at Ysgol Derwen.  Before I retired I worked for a major High Street bank.

    Co-opted Member, Independent

    I moved to Sandy Lane, Kinnerton 30 years ago. Was a governor of Ysgol Derwen and a lay minister at All Saints Church. Worked as a solicitor and senior manager in public and private sectors. Then changed direction and was ordained as a priest and moved to east Cheshire to be a parish Rector. Returned to Higher Kinnerton on retirement and am a volunteer priest in the church here and at Chester Cathedral.


    Co-opted Member, Independent

    Although only moved to village in last couple of years opposite The Swan, I’ve lived in the surrounding areas for over 30 years. Along with my partner & 2 year old son hope to be here for many years to come.
    I am a web analyst for a large banking group in the day job and also run my own successful wedding & stock photography business.

    Co-opted Member, Independent

    I, along with my husband, have lived in the village for over 34 years. Our son, his wife and two children also enjoy living in Higher Kinnerton, whilst our daughter lives locally in Broughton.  I changed career fairly recently, from working in the banking industry to gaining a degree and practising Traditional Chinese acupuncture.

    Community Council Clerk

    Resident in the village for 8 years, my son attends Ysgol Derwen and my daughter is studying at university. I am a legal assistant and live on Deans Way.

    13 Deans Way
    Higher Kinnerton
    CH4 9DZ

    01244 660277


    Monthly Meeting
    The Community Council will normally meet monthly on the second Wednesday of the month at 18:30 in the Village Hall except in August when no meeting takes place.

    Meetings are open to the public and we would welcome you to come along to observe, should you wish to raise a matter though we would ask you to contact the clerk in advance of the meeting using any of the contact methods here

    The agenda is always published in advance and can be found here