Councillor Samantha Harrower
Councillor Samantha Harrower has kindly stepped into the role of Chairman.
I have recently moved to Saul with my husband. I am retired and since leaving work have enjoyed many voluntary roles in different capacities. I look forward to being able to put my experience and knowledge to use for the parish.
- Tel: 01452 740691
Councillor Chris Bartlett
Having moved to Saul village in 2013 with my family, we have fully adopted the good life that is to be enjoyed here. Both my children attend Lakefield School and also regularly enjoy the Saul Playing Field, I have an allotment and attempt to get some produce out during the year.
My day life is within Category Mangement in a Procurement Team for a Global Supply Chain Management Organisation.
I maintain the Parish Website and Facebook page and strongly support any project that enhances the community and enjoyment for the residence.
Councillor Carl Bierer
I have lived in Saul for 20 Years with my wife and three daughters who are still at school. I work from home which gives me the opportunity to be available during the day to meet contractors and deal with other matters as they occur. I love the village and joined the council to have an input into the community whilst learning more about the area. It is very interesting and has enabled me to meet many local people I would not have otherwise met.
Councillor Barry Findlater
Councillor Andy Lundberg
Having lived in Saul for nearly 10 years, I really appreciate the sense of community, natural beauty and tranquillity we enjoy. I am married to Julia and our daughter attends Lakefield school. Whilst I work all over the country for Network Rail, I always look forward to coming home and no matter the how I felt beforehand, cannot resist a smile once I cross the canal. We are all so privileged to live where we do and I hope you will all support the Parish Councils efforts and other local initiatives to preserve or enhance the quality of life for everyone who lives here.
I live at The Haven, in Passage Road, Saul.
- Tel: 01452 742332 or 0798 404 3248
Councillor Lesley Moule
I moved to Saul in 2013 and live here with my two grown up children. Having been a headteacher, I’m now a part time teacher/tutor and writer. I am interested all things educational and environmental and run the Parish Council Events Committee.
Having lived in Whitminster for 23 years I moved to Saul in 2013 with my two chocolate Labradors, Angel and Peppar. I was soon involved in the Events Committee and have thoroughly enjoyed helping organise the last years events with the other members. I then became Parish Clerk in November and have become part of a strong team who, like me, are interested in preserving our community. I love living in Saul and have made some wonderful new friends, humans and dogs alike!
District Councillor Stephen Davies
I moved into Saul just over 5 years ago. I am married with a daughter, stepson, grandson, granddaughter and 2 cats. I have always worked in Information Technology and most recently in the fascinating area of Cyber Security. I was elected to Stroud District Council in 2015 to represent Eastington and Standish, then was re-elected in 2016 to represent Severn Ward which now includes Eastington. I have been very involved in the West of Stonehouse development and opposing the Ecotricity proposal for a business park. If you want to contact me either call me on 07802 595 307 or email me at cllr.stephen.davies@stroud.
- Tel: 07802 595307
District Councillor John Jones
I was born and brought up in Cambridge, (Glos), where my parents were in business as Bakers and Grocers. After leaving Dursley Grammar School with seven GCE O level exam qualifications, I have lived and worked in the Severn Ward area of Stroud District Council all of my life. I moved to Whitminster in 1963, and have lived there ever since. I am married to Honor, we have five children, and eleven grand children. I am very interested in local affairs, being elected to Whitminster Parish Council in 1978, and to Stroud District Council as one of two members for the Severn Ward in 2002. Currently I serve on the Development Control (Planning) Committee, and the Licensing and Regulation Committee at SDC, as well as representing the Council on the Gloucestershire Playing Fields Association. I am also currently Vice-Chair of the District Council. In my village, as well as the Parish Council, I chair the Village Hall and Playing Field Management.
Member of Parliament
Your Stroud MP is Mr Neil Carmichael