Nigel Prenter has been representing Rodborough on Stroud District Council since 2011.
He is on the Community Services and Licensing Committee and sits on panels deciding on licensing issues.
Nigel taught Government and Politics at Stroud High School for twenty-eight years and is well known to many parents and young people in the area.
At the moment he is supporting setting up a Rodborough Youth Forum for SDYC and trying to get funding for Rodborough Youth.
He sits on the Stroud and Rodborough Educational Charity, which dispenses sometimes hefty grants to children and young people under 25. Nigel also attends Cowle Trust meetings regarding the Museum in the Park and Stratford Park Management Committee meetings. A review of Leisure provision in Stroud District is currently under way. During lockdown he has volunteered on the Community Helpline when it was initially set up.
“My two particular areas of interest are Youth Services and Stratford Park. I attend Stroud District Youth Council meetings and have been at the forefront of getting SDYC members involved in the performance monitoring of all SDC’s committees.”
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I have lived and worked in Rodborough for the last 12 years and you can often find me walking along Bath Road to the newsagents or pacing up Walkley Hill to the Community Hall. I have been a Parish Councillor for Rodborough since 2018. During this time I have worked closely with the Parish alongside our District and County Councillors to provide support, advice, leadership and action for our community.
I have personally worked with charity fundraisers, Stroud District Foodbank, Rodborough Sunday Social, Rodborough Youth and Rodborough CAN (Climate Action Network), to help meet the needs of our most vulnerable, young and elderly residents and to begin the work of building a sustainable and resilient community in Rodborough.
The COVID pandemic has demanded rapid and comprehensive action from all of us and I am proud of the role that I have been able to play as a small part
of Rodborough Community Mutual Aid Network. It has been a joy to watch our community knit back together as we all begin to realise that by working together we can achieve so much more.
I am a member of the Labour & Co-operative Party and Unite the Union and a key co-ordinator for Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform in the South West.
I am fiercely committed to honesty, representation, advocacy and being a clear voice for our community.
“I am putting myself forward to represent Rodborough on the District Council so that I can play my part in delivering Carbon Neutral 2030. The Climate & Ecological Emergency is the biggest threat to us all now and in the future.”
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John has lived in Rodborough for 10 years. He delivers The Commoner, is active in the community and has served on Rodborough Parish and Stroud Town Council.
John has taken action to protect the Subscription Rooms and Stratford Park. He is currently working to extend the cycleway and bring woodlands into community stewardship.
John is committed to being an accountable and accessible councillor who reports back to you. John will strive to make our communities better, greener and more sustainable – great places to live and work.
“I’m standing to represent local people, to get decent services and to achieve a Gloucestershire that cares for all.”
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Rodborough is covered by Nailsworth & Rodborough branch of Stroud Constituency Labour Party.