The only news website dedicated to Lichfield & Burntwood

Labour confirm new Burntwood Town Council leader and deputy

Labour has confirmed the leadership team on Burntwood Town Council.

The Old Mining College Centre in Burntwood, home of Burntwood Town Council
The Old Mining College Centre in Burntwood, home of Burntwood Town Council

Cllr Sue Woodward will lead the controlling group, while Cllr Darren Ennis will act as deputy.

Labour won control of the town council from the Conservatives after taking 15 seats.

The new council will meet for the first time on 15th May.

A volunteer wrote this. Say thanks with a coffee.

Advertisements

Advertise here and reach 10,000 visitors every month!

Founder of LichfieldLive and editor of the site.

2 Comments

  1. John Griffin

    8th May, 2019 at 7:09 am

    Two of the people who have done more for Burntwood than LDC and many of the past and still present Tories. Congratulations!

  2. Colin Ball

    8th May, 2019 at 11:08 am

    Really excellent news. Congratulations, Sue and Darren. A really formidable team, who, along with the rest of the Labour Group on Burntwood Town Council, will make real positive changes for the good of all the people of their area.

Leave a Reply