Oakengates

Building a Town that works for every neighbourhood with a focus on equity, opportunity, and inclusion.

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Thirteen Councillors are elected every four years to represent their community. Whilst the Town Council has no statutory services, they have strived to undertake a bold plan to offer support for residents, community groups and businesses. The Wakes Community Centre and The Outpost Café is run for the benefit of local residents. Every project undertaken is for the benefit of residents, to improve, protect and celebrate the Town’s fantastic heritage. 

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Borough of Telford & Wrekin Councillors

Stephen Reynolds

Mayor 

Borough & Town Councillor
Email: stephen.reynolds@telford.gov.uk

Labour Councillor

First elected in 2011, Steve is both a Borough & Town Councillor for Oakengates & Hollyhurst Ward.

Surgeries are held on the first Saturday of each month, between 10am-11am at The Wakes, Theatre Square, Oakengates.

Hilda Rhodes

 

Borough & Town Councillor 
Email:  hilda.rhodes@telford.gov.uk

Labour Councillor

First elected in 1997, Hilda is both a Borough & Town Councillor.

Surgeries are held on the first Saturday of each month, between 10am-11am at The Wakes, Theatre Square, Oakengates.

Gilly Latham-Reynolds

 

Borough Councillor
Email:  gilly.latham-reynolds@telford.gov.uk

Labour Councillor

First elected in 2011, Gilly is  a Borough Councillor for Oakengates Town Council.

Surgeries are held on the first Saturday of each month, between 10am-11am at The Wakes, Theatre Square, Oakengates.

Supporting residents is the most serious issue.

Working in partnership with Telford & Wrekin Borough Council at The Wakes we hold events, activities, and workshops to support you. Whether its health and wellbeing or employability and training, we can help you.

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