This page details your local Croscombe Council contacts. You can click on Councillor names to see their Register of Interests or email address to contact them. The Clerk or Chair are normally the first port of call if you need to contact the council – alternatively, on specific issues, you may like to contact the member responsible for that area.
I spent a lot of my working life as a primary school teacher in Taunton. I have lived in Croscombe for over 5 years now, and have grown to love the village, the people and landscape. I was recently elected Chair of Croscombe Parish Council, which is a great honour. On 14th of Oct we co-opted 4 brilliant new Councillors making the new council complete.
I have run a creative technology and marketing company for 15 years that focuses on projects that promotes community engagement. Living in Croscombe, raising my daughter here, has inspired my professional career and I enjoy giving back through my voluntary work in the village.
I’ve worked almost entirely for public bodies. Voluntary roles include being an independent member/vice-chair of Ealing Standards Committee; and Treasurer and founding member of Barnet Credit Union.
In these challenging times, I think it’s essential that we work together to protect and improve the things that matter to us, e.g planning, community projects, the environment, transport.
Councillor Shelley Dyer-Gibbins
I am an award-winning artist and have been instrumental in many village events/activities for many years.
I like to be involved in shaping the future of our community and to represent the views of local people, to ensure that all community interests are taken into account.
I’ve lived in the parish of Croscombe for 15 years and found it a wonderful place to raise a family, find friendship and community. I work for Sainsburys as a Duty Manager in Bath. I would like to do anything that I can to contribute to seeing the village continue to support a varied and thriving community.
Councillor Sarah Fawcett-Fice (Chair Staffing Committee & Traffic Working Group)
The Parish Council can play a vital part in harnessing the ideas, creativity and energy of its residents to make the village a hugely exciting and inviting community that is safe and welcoming to all. As a mother to three young children I am keen to ensure Croscombe is a safe and vibrant home for our family and all its residentsI am a barrister by profession, I have a significant amount of expertise in governance, law and regulation, which I anticipate could be greatly useful to the council.