Councillor Shaun Bell

I have lived in Broxtowe for the last three years, and am passionate about local issues and getting involved where I can. In the past I have been involved in various different community projects. I work in the local area. Outside of work when not working on community projects I enjoy spending time with family and friends.

Councillor Helen Cumberpatch.

I have lived in Trowell since 1991. My children attended Trowell C of E School. I helped out at the school and Friends of Trowell. And worked at Trowell pre-school. I now work full time. I want to be involved in the local issues which may affect the future of the village.

Councillor Helen Cutting

Councillor Si Frost

I am a dedicated advocate for the village of Trowell, committed to serving its residents and working tirelessly on their behalf. Accessibility and open communication are at the forefront in my approach.

Councillor Thomas Hall

I have lived in Trowell nearly my whole life and spent seven happy years attending Trowell C of E Primary Scholl. I stay in the local area while studying a Master’s degree in Mathematics at the University of Nottingham. I join the Council because I want to help keep Trowell the great place it is and contribute towards the future of our great village. I want to bring a young perspective to the important decisions and issues that the Council are responsible for in our community.

Councillor Lavinia Harper

I am a friendly and approachable person, passionate about serving the community. As a mother, I understand the importance of creating a safe and nurturing environment for families. My advocacy and passion as a disability champion reflects my commitment to inclusivity and accessibility. I believe in the power of effective communication to build a strong community.

Councillor Michelle Harvey

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Councillor Cynth McGann

I joined the Parish Council in 2006. I have two children and three grandchildren. I had to give up work due to my disabilities. I use a wheelchair or electric scooter to get around so appreciate some of the problems associated with access and disabilities, so I advise the council on accessibility issues for the village and hall. 

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Councillor Don Pringle

I have lived in Trowell since 1990, previously served as a Parish Councillor from 2015 until September 2023. My commitments at the time, meant that I was not able to give my full attention to my parish council duties.

I am now available again, to fully commit to serving Trowell Residents.

As your Parish Councillor, I will work hard to ensure that our Footpaths and Bridleways are always fit to use. We are extremely lucky to have a good network of them around the village.

Since 2015, I have worked hard to minimise the nuisance we sadly continue to have in the village with Odours from the adjoining Industrial Estate. I report road surfaces on a daily basis using the MyNotts App. Which I recommend everyone to use, using it, accurately pin points, issues with roads, potholes, street lights and pavements.

I am very happy to help any resident needing assistance, my Contact details are available on the Parish Council Website.

Councillor Alison Slack

I have lived just over the border in Stapleford for 37 years. I have seen many changes in the village over this time. I am semi retired and have worked in a variety of industries over the years. I am committed to helping the wider community and working closely with other agencies to make this area better for it’s residents.