Terry Colquitt is a lifelong "Halebanker". Terry is a local builder, current chair of the Parish Council, founder member and current treasurer of the Friends of Halebank. Terry has spent a lifetime doing good turns in our Parish from helping to build the youth club to entertaining us with his own singing style. He is a proud Halebanker and will continue to ensure we all have a voice as well.
John Anderton is the current deputy chair of the Parish Council and has lived in Halebank for all of his life. John has a keen interest in the environment and has been active in opposing unwelcome and unnecessary development of Halebank. He has been on the Parish Council planning group monitoring development proposals.
John Maxwell has lived in Halebank for 44 years. His wife's family had lived in Halebank since the 1890s. John has been involved in fighting unwelcome development here for the past 20 years. He was one of the founders of the Friends of Halebank, drafted the application leading to the creation of the Parish Council, took part in the campaign to designate Lovel Fields a village green. He has recently been co-opted onto the Parish Council and leads the planning group.
Ian Hastie has lived in Halebank for 35 years and has been a Parish councillor since the very beginning of the CVouncil. Ian joined the Parish Council because he wanted to do his bit to stop Halebank being the general dumping ground for all of the nasties that Halton Council seemed happy to allow and to see improvements in the quality of life of residents. This is still his motivation for wanting to continue as one of your Parish councillors.
Vin Stokes is a "returner". Vin was born here and returned after living away for several years. He has always had a close interest in Halebank, having at one point sponsored the local football team. Vin was co-opted onto the Parish Council and has been very active on the planning front and in successfully dealing with noise and light pollution from industry in Halebank.
Jayne Caslin was born in Halebank and is returning to live in the family home. Jayne, who teaches in higher education, has been a powerhouse during the pandemic, organising meals and food parcels for Halebankers who are most vulnerable, many of whom have had to self isolate. Jayne has been awarded the British Empire Medal in recognition of her efforts.
Pam Travis doesn't always wear a big hat but she always has a big heart for Halebankers. She went to Halebank School as did all of her children. In more recent times she has been a governor of Halebank School and helped to recruit the current Head Mrs.Littlewood. Pam's father fought to get a community centre and she really wants to win that fight.
Billy Knowles has lived in Halebank since 2004. Billy has successfully managed our football teams and was manager of the first team when they won the Widnes Cup in 2019. He has always been active socially in Halebank, setting up the Halebank Golf Society a few years ago. As the manager of the Merseyview he has been at the hub of our village and wants to see everyone in Halebank get the best they can hence joining the Parish Council.