Wadworth Parish Council Web Site
Duncan Wright has been a Wadworth resident since 1973, elected to Parish Council May 2007 and elected Chairman in 2011. Previously: Clerk to Wadworth Parish Council; Treasurer and Auditor, Wadworth Cricket Club; Treasurer and Auditor, Wadworth Community Centre; Parent Governor, Wadworth Primary School. Qualified accountant, retired as Finance Manager from Yorkshire Water in 1995. Currently part-time Town Clerk, Hatfield Town Counci.
Peter Oliver has lived in the village all his life and has been an active councillor for the last twenty
six years. He is a player for, and the chairperson of, Wadworth Cricket Club, darts captain of The Fox & Hounds
and a member of Town Moor Golf Club. He is a widower employed in the road maintenance industry and is the current
deputy chairman of the parish council.
Ruth Bacon I came to Wadworth (with my late husband) in 1997 and joined the Community
Centre management committee in October 2008, becoming secretary in February 2009. My background
is mostly secretarial and have worked in various office and retail jobs, as well as abroad
in Switzerland and Saudi Arabia, before eventually settling down in Tickhill, prior to moving to
Wadworth. I am passionate about preserving our great British way of life and write occasional letters
to whichever political party is in power and also local newspapers!
John Stevens A Londoner by birth and schooling I moved to Wadworth from Auckley in January 2008. I began attending PC meetings as a parishioner, initially out of curiosity to learn more about the village but not afraid to add my two pínth occasionally. Hence the church clock shows the correct time.
My working career began in the Civil Service carrying out research in to roads and pipelines. I then had 20+ years in aircraft and airfield operations at Stansted, Heathrow and Gamston before returning to the civil engineering field dealing with organisation and stock control for a scaffolding company.
With the recession in 2009 my working week was reduced. I offered my spare time to the British Heart Foundationís Furniture store as a volunteer Ė I am tasked with repairs, etc.
I officially retired in Jan.2011 which has allowed me to give more time to raise funds for this charityís research programme and take a more active role in other areas of interest to me.
Maureen & Don Fromont have lived in Wadworth for 32 years, both playing an active part in village life
from the start.
Don was the founder leader of Cubs with Maureen being the treasurer. Both were members of the Parochial Church
Council for a number of years.
Maureen joined the W.R.V.S and also helped run the Darby & Joan.
Both are very involved in running the Community Centre with Maureen being the treasurer.
Both have been members of the parish council since October 2002