Councillors

Your councillors

 

All Councillors are essentially volunteers from within your community, and will have a number of draws on their availability. If you would like to write or speak to a Councillor, their addresses are below however we suggest you first make contact with the Clerk to the Council who can advise accordingly.

Your Parish Councillors are listed here, with links to their email addresses:

 

Code of Conduct and Register of Interests

 

For the Members' Code of Conduct please see the 'How (and why) we do it'. Cllr Register of Interests will be added in due course.

 

       

Cllr Jonathan Bacon (Chairman)

Cllr Sarah Elliott

Cllr Gilles Henri

Cllr Phil Jordan

Cllr Ian Thomson

 

Where an email address is not available, please email the Chairman. 

 

 

 

Becoming a councillor

 

The Council always welcomes and encourages interest from any eligible elector who is considering becoming a Councillor. Vacancies will be advertised on this website, and on the public notice boards outside the Post Office on Upper Green Road and inside the Community Centre. If you would like to get more involved in your community, and are considering becoming a councillor, then you can find out more about the difference that local councils and councillors make by downloading some useful guides:

 

It takes all sorts
It_takes_all_sorts.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [718.3 KB]
The Good Councillor's Guide
The Good Councillor's Guide 2016-17.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.9 MB]

 

To be eligible you must meet the criteria explained below. If you have any questions do please contact us.

 

Eligibility
Eligibility to be a councillor.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [180.9 KB]

 

St Helens is represented on Isle of Wight Council by the ward member for Brading and St Helens :

 

Cllr Jonathan Bacon.

Councillor details - Councillor Jonathan Bacon - Modern Council (moderngov.co.uk)

jonathan.bacon@iow.gov.uk

 

 

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