T: 01229 585 778
Ulverston Town Council Office, County Square, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 7LZ
ULVERSTON TOWN COUNCIL has 18 unpaid volunteer councillors. Some of them also represent Ulverston at South Lakeland District Council and Cumbria County Council. They represent the 6 Ulverston Wards (See map below)
2018 - 2019
Cllr Sharon Webster
DEPUTY TOWN MAYOR:
Cllr Amanda Rigg
3. Sands Close, Ulverston, LA12 9PP
email@example.com. 01229 585884. Elected 2016
Judith Ann Pickthall:
25 Fountain Street, Ulverston, LA12 7EQ
01229 480666. firstname.lastname@example.org. Elected 2008
Robert (Bob) Brown
Hammerside Cottage, Canal Foot, Ulverston, LA12 9EL
01229 584300. email@example.com Elected 2016
9 Union Lane, Ulverston LA12 7BU
firstname.lastname@example.org. 07817680574. Elected 2012
11 Garden Terrace, Ulverston LA12 7DA 01229 581454
email@example.com Elected 2008
25 Fountain Street, Ulverston LA12 7EQ 01229 480666
firstname.lastname@example.org. Elected 2012
15 Church Walk, Ulverston, LA12 7EN 0752 8964 700
email@example.com. Elected 2016
48 Sands Road, Ulverston, LA12 9PR .0773 1883 732.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Elected 2000)
Red House, North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston, LA12 9DX 0751 1899 300
(Elected 2008) email@example.com
150 North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston, LA12 9DZ
0788 4411 662
3 Sands Close, Ulverston, LA12 9PP 01229 585884
firstname.lastname@example.org. Elected 2016
7 Parkfield, Swarthmoor, Ulverston, LA12 0HW 0793 0921902
email@example.com. Elected 2012
Elected May 2018
Tel (01229 586404) e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Janette Ethel Jenkinson:
Barne House, Broad Dale, Ulverston LA12 7SE 01229 585305
JEJenky@aol.com. Elected 2000
49 Birkett Drive, Ulverston LA12 9LN
01229 583588. email@example.com. Elected 2016
Mark Wilson, Shirley-Anne Wilson, Dave Webster
Helen Irving, Janette Jenkinson.
Mr. M. Wilson
7 Parkfield, Swarthmoor, Ulverston LA12 OHW
The council is currently a Labour and Conservative council. There are 10 Labour councillors and 8 conservative councillors with elected councillors serving different electoral wards in Ulverston:
Some of the councillors are also District and County Council councillors.
In April every year the Annual Town Meeting is held. It is presided over by the Mayor who describes the work of the town council for that year; the budget is available for scrutiny and the Mayor distributes cheques to local charities from his/her Charity fund.
In May every year, a new Mayor and Deputy Mayor are elected at the Town Council meeting. The Mayor is also the Chair of the Council and acts in a Civic and Ceremonial role. A civic Sunday ceremony takes place on the second Sunday in June.
The Leader of the council, is normally the leader of the largest political group on the council. This role is principally to ensure that due democratic process is followed if a town council vacancy occurs. A full description of this role can be found the councils standing orders.
Ulverston Town Council meets on the third Monday of every month at 7pm in the Supper Room at the Coronation Hall. It deals with all planning issues, and other issues brought to it for consideration by the standing committees. For example, it will approve the annual budget, presented by the Finance and Grants Committee. It has the final say on all matters.
There are three standing committees of the council:
Anybody can become a councillor by putting put themselves forward for election, as long as they have an Ulverston postal address. www.beacouncillor.org.uk/