Jeff Jones (872 votes) and Stan Bull (782 votes) have been re-elected as District Councillors for Buntingford.
Turnout - 28.87%
Posted: Fri, 03 May 2019 10:57 by Clerk's Office
The resignation of Debbie Lemay in June created a vacancy on the Council. The public did not call for an election leaving the Council free to co-opt a new member.
A number of strong candidates applied to fill the vacancy and the Councillors had the difficult choice of whom to co-opt. After much deliberation it was decided to offer the position to Iain Duncan. Iain has lived in Buntingford for the past... Read More »
Posted: Sun, 02 Oct 2016 09:30 by Clerk's Office
With the elections now over, the Town Council said a fond goodbye to number of serving members.
Eunice Woods has served for many a year and has been Mayor a number of times. It can truly be said that if you cut her in half you would find the word Buntingford, just like a stick of rock, running through her.
Jean Cook likewise has served the Council for many years and also has been Mayor on more than one... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 May 2015 08:57 by Clerk's Office
The results of Thursday's election see the return of our sitting candidates;
MP Sir Oliver Heald
HCC Rosemary Cheswright
EHDC Stan Bull and Jeff Jones
Posted: Mon, 11 May 2015 08:50 by Clerk's Office
Cllr Graham Bonner has been re-elected for a second term as Mayor of Buntingford. The Vice Mayor is Cllr John Noades
Posted: Mon, 02 Jun 2014 09:00 by Clerk's Office
The vacancy left by the resignation of Rod Coleman was filled last Thursday evening at the special Full Council meeting. The decision was that Toby Archer be co-opted.
Toby operates the Cheese Plate in Buntingford High Street and is Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. He is also involved in the Neighbourhood Planning Forum and the Town Council's Traffic Advisory Group.
Posted: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 09:00 by Clerk's Office
Rod Coleman has now moved to the north-east and has resigned as a Buntingford Town Councillor. This means another vacancy is available which the Council hope to fill by co-option providing no election is called for. Those that have already applied for co-option for the previous vacancy, need not reapply as they will automatically be considered.
Posted: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 10:00 by Clerk's Office