Clerk: Mrs Caroline McFarlane
The role of the Parish Council
In existence since 1894, Tewin Parish Council is the most local level of government for the people of the Parish. Its eight elected councillors are committed to using their budget to maintain and enhance the greens, verges, highways, byways, allotments and sports facilities of the parish. Through consultation with East Herts District Council they also strive to ensure that changes to the parish’s built environment are appropriate. The council is very aware that it exists to serve the people of Tewin and consequently welcomes contact of any nature.
|Chairman||Cllr Keith St Pier|
|Vice Chairman||Cllr Adrian Hill|
|Councillors||Cllr Bryan Evans|
|Cllr David Howson|
|Cllr Kristina Lawson|
|Cllr Doreen Lloyd|
|Cllr Nicholas Moore|
|Cllr John Sheridan|
Parish Council meetings are usually held on the first Monday of the month at 7:45pm, except August and January, when there is no meeting.
Meetings are held in the Tewin Memorial Hall.
All parishoners are welcome to attend, and may put questions to the council at the beginning of the meeting.
East Herts Councillors
North Ward: Cllr Bob Deering
South Ward: Cllr Bob Deering
Herts County Council Councillor
Cllr Ken Crofton
Sir Oliver Heald QC Member of Parliament for North East Hertfordshire