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Select Committee on Regeneration, Culture and Adult Education

The Council has five Select Committees with a key role to review and scrutinise Council and Cabinet decisions.This Select Committee is involved with the overview and scrutiny of a wide-range of matters including regeneration, economic development, leisure, arts, sports and recreational activities, equality and diversity, adult education/training and community learning.
05 May 2006 - 03 May 2007
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Elected Members

PartyNameRoleMembership Dates
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Labour
Councillor Richard Body Member 24/10/2006 - 17/05/2007
Labour
Councillor Timothy Crumpton Vice-Chairman 18/05/2006 - 17/05/2007
Labour
Councillor John R. Davies Member 18/05/2006 - 17/05/2007
Conservative
Councillor Jeff Hill Member 18/05/2006 - 17/05/2007
Conservative
Councillor Harold Jackson Member 18/05/2006 - 17/05/2007
Conservative
Councillor Les Jones Member 24/07/2006 - 23/07/2007
Labour
Councillor Mahbubur Rahman Member 18/05/2006 - 17/05/2007
Conservative
Councillor Geoffrey Southall Member 18/05/2006 - 17/05/2007
Conservative
Councillor Kenneth Turner Chairman 18/05/2006 - 17/05/2007
Councillor Dave Tyler Member 18/05/2006 - 17/05/2007

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