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Gloucestershire County Council cabinet members revealed

At the first meeting of Gloucestershire County Council, following elections on May 6, Cllr Mark Hawthorne was re-elected leader of the council and the councillors who will be cabinet members were announced.

Cllr Hawthorne revealed the councillors who would make up his cabinet and their areas of responsibility. 

They are as follows:

  • Lynden Stowe, deputy leader and cabinet member with responsibilities for Finance and Change (Cotswolds)
  • Carole Allaway-Martin, cabinet member with responsibilities for Adult Social Care Commissioning (Forest of Dean)
  • Kathy Williams, cabinet member with responsibilities for Adult Social Care Delivery (Gloucester)
  • Vernon Smith, cabinet member with responsibilities for Highways and Flooding (Tewkesbury)
  • Stephen Davies, cabinet member with responsibilities for Children's Safeguarding and Early Years (Stroud)
  • David Gray, cabinet member with responsibilities for Environment and Planning (Tewkesbury)
  • Tim Harman, cabinet member with responsibilities for Public Health and Communities (Cheltenham)
  • Dave Norman, cabinet member with responsibilities for Public Protection, Parking and Libraries (Gloucester)
  • Philip Robinson, cabinet member with responsibility for Economy, Education and Skills (Forest of Dean) 

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