Don’t forget to vote…
There has already been a stream of people going into the Gill Nethercott Centre since 7.00am this morning to cast their votes for their chosen candidate. Four local residents are standing for the single seat remaining on Whitchurch Town Council.

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18 year old Emma Elise SHERMAN who has very strong links with the youth community of the Town as well as being involved in several local groups. Emma has strong views on what affects young people of today, such as local housing issues and education.
Linda SUTTON, locally born and bred, has connections with All Hallows Church and has had a long career in banking. She now runs her own business and is a keen bell-ringer at the church.
Dave TITCOMB is another who has strong youth contacts and has much experience in many local activities from being a school governor to helping with the Meadow. Dave is very approachable and is involved in many of the town’s organisations.
(no picture of Alan available) Alan BROMLEY is the other candidate. Alan is also standing for the first time, hoping to give his enthusiasm to the Town Council.

Voting until 10.00pm
This is the chance of Whitchurch residents to say who they would like to make up that 12th place on the Town Council.
The polling station at the Gill Nethercott Centre is open until 10.00pm this evening.

Candidates Statements
Statements from the candidates are HERE