Councillors' Register of Interest

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Councillors' Registers of Interests

 Poynton Heritage Garden

Macclesfield Canal

Poynton Marina is the ideal place start a walk along the canal footpath or further afield into to Lyme Park and the Peak District. Walking maps are available from Civic Hall Reception.

See more of Poynton's interesting places and 'things to do' on our visitor information page.

Poynton Heritage Garden

The garden situated between the Civic Hall, Library and Priorslegh Medical Centre was the successful transformation of what was a little used public area into a colourful and tranquil space.

More photos here.

Poynton Poppies

The street poppies, made by Poynton Men in Sheds last year, were positioned along the main routes and gateways in Poynton and on noticeboards.

View a selection of photos here.

Poynton Men in Sheds Soldiers

The group made life-size Silhouette Soldiers to commemorate the end of the First World War.

Clickety Click made the poppies on the soldiers.

View a selection of photos here.

Alzheimer's Society Working to become Dementia Friendly 2017-2018 logo A photo of the fountain in Poynton A photo of canal boat at Higher Poynton A photo of a batsman about to hit a cricket ball watched by wicket keeper and fielder
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Poynton Town Councillors' Register of Interest Forms

 

In line with the Code of Conduct our Councillors need to register and declare any pecuniary (i.e.financial) and non-pecuniary interests - see paragraph B on p.3 of the Code of Conduct, which you can find on our publications' page, for details.

You can view scanned copies of the Councillors' individual Registers of Interests below.

The original copies have been signed, but signatures have been removed from the copies in the interests of security. Hard copies of the Registers can be viewed at the Civic Hall during office hours.

The following are PDFs and require Adobe Reader to view them. If it is not installed already on your computer it is available free from the Adobe website here.

Forms

 

Michael Beanland - click here.

Leslie Berry - click here.

Laurence Clarke - click here.

Sarah Gilmore - click here.

Charles Gorst - click here.

Ian Hollingworth - click here.

Rebecca Horsman-Johnson - click here.

Sandra Horsman - click here.

Geoffrey King - click here.

Tracey Lorde - click here.

Howard Murray - click here.

Lee Podmore - click here.

Jocelyn Saunders - click here.

Jo Sewart - click here.

Michael Sewart - click here.

Graham Smith - click here.

Nicole Wylie - click here.

 

 

 

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