South Wilts councillor is county vice-chairman

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FOR the first time in many years a councillor from the south of the county has been elected vice-chairman of Wiltshire Council.

Cllr Richard Britton, who represents Alderbury, Whiteparish and the Grimsteads, will serve as vice-chairman to Melksham councillor Roy While for the coming year.

Cllr Britton said: “I am proud to have been elected Wiltshire Council’s vice-chairman. I am particularly looking forward to representing the council at various events around the south of the county.”

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8:45am Wed 21 May 14

gingin says...

Congratulations Richard, well deserved.
Congratulations Richard, well deserved. gingin
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1:55pm Thu 22 May 14

IanMcL says...

Agreed. A good achievement for a party outsider!

Slight correction too article - Cllr Bill Moss was Vice Chair in the first year. Sadly, unlike Salisbury DC, the Vice Chair does not automatically take over the Chair after a year.
Agreed. A good achievement for a party outsider! Slight correction too article - Cllr Bill Moss was Vice Chair in the first year. Sadly, unlike Salisbury DC, the Vice Chair does not automatically take over the Chair after a year. IanMcL
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