Elections to determine the 62 councillors who'll make up Warwickshire County Council for the next four years will be held on Thursday 4 June. And although that's still six weeks away, nomination papers for people wishing to stand as candidates in the elections need to be submitted by Thursday 7 May, in just 13 days time. So if you're interested in putting your name forward, you need to act quickly. If you want to know more, further information can be obtained from the County Council by clicking this link.
Barnacle and Shilton come under the Fosse ward, and are currently represented by Phillip Morris-Jones. Elections for the County Council were last held in 2005, when the result was:
Phillip Morris-Jones (Conservative) 1,873
Douglas Hall (Labour) 820
Richard Gunstone (Liberal Democrat) 671
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