Pembrokeshire County Council leader confirms new Cabinet

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The Pembrokeshire County Council Cabinet. Seated (left to right): Cllr Neil Prior, Cllr Michelle Bateman, Cllr David Simpson, Cllr Tessa Hodgson, Cllr Rhys Sinnett. Standing (left to right): Cllr Jon Harvey, Cllr Alec Cormack, Cllr Paul Miller, Cllr Guy
The Pembrokeshire County Council Cabinet. Seated (left to right): Cllr Neil Prior, Cllr Michelle Bateman, Cllr David Simpson, Cllr Tessa Hodgson, Cllr Rhys Sinnett. Standing (left to right): Cllr Jon Harvey, Cllr Alec Cormack, Cllr Paul Miller, Cllr Guy

Pembrokeshire County Council Leader Councillor David Simpson has now completed the selection of his new Cabinet.

Cllr Simpson was re-elected as Leader at the Annual General Meeting, and councillor Paul Miller was appointed as the deputy leader.

Today, Cllr Simpson has confirmed the remaining Cabinet appointments.

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The cabinet in full is:

Cllr David Simpson: Leader

Cllr Paul Miller: Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Place, the Region and Climate Change

Cllr Guy Woodham: Cabinet Member for Education and Welsh Language

Cllr Jon Harvey: Cabinet Member for Planning and Housing Delivery

Cllr Michelle Bateman: Cabinet Member for Housing Operations and Regulatory Services

Cllr Neil Prior: Cabinet Member for Corporate Improvements and Communities

Cllr Tessa Hodgson: Cabinet Member for Social Care and Safeguarding

Cllr Alec Cormack: Cabinet Member for Corporate Finance

Cllr Rhys Sinnett: Cabinet Member for Residents’ Services and Leisure

Cllr Simpson said: “It is a pleasure to welcome returning Cabinet Members who know their portfolios so well. I am delighted that their knowledge and good working relationships within the Council and with external partners is continuing.

“I am looking forward to hearing the fresh input and new ideas that Councillors Cormack and Sinnett bring to the Cabinet.

“The Cabinet is keen to work with all Councillors to help improve people’s lives in Pembrokeshire.

“Our aim is to continue taking Pembrokeshire and Pembrokeshire County Council forward.”

Western Telegraph: The new cabinet
Western Telegraph: The new cabinet

The new cabinet

 

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