District Councillors

Cllr Rebecca Poulsen

District Councillor for the Worth Valley

Member in Worth ValleyCommittees:CHILDREN'S SERVICES OVERVIEW & SCRUTINY COMMITTEE (DCH)
Corporate Parenting Panel - AlternateHEALTH OVERVIEW & SCRUTINY COMMITTEE (DCh)Keighley Area Committee - alternateSOCIAL CARE OVERVIEW & SCRUTINY COMMITTEE - alt.Social Services Appeals Board Other meetings/bodies which I regularly attend:

Cllr Russell Brown

District Councillor for the Worth Valley

Member in Worth ValleyCommittees:Area Planning Panel (Keighley & Shipley)Education Appeals PanelEmployee Appeals PanelHousing & Non-Domestice Rates Appeals PanelKeighley Area CommitteeSocial Services Appeals Committee
 Other meetings/bodies attended regularily:

Cllr Michael Gibbons

District Councillor for Ilkley

Alongside his role as Chairman of the Association, Mike is a District Councillor for Ilkley. Mike is a resident of Ben Rhydding, and also serves on the Town Council (representing his home ward).

Cllr Zafar Ali

Distrcit Councillor for Keighley Central

Member of Keighley Central.

Committee appointments.

Council
Keighley Area Committee (Chair)
Miscellaneous Licences Panel (Reserve)

Cllr Rebecca Whitaker

District Councillor for Craven

Rebecca was elected as a District Councillor for Craven in 2018. Rebecca was born in Bradford and has spent most of her life in the local area.  She has lived in Silsden for over 23 years with her family.

Cllr Christopher Herd

District Councillor for the Worth Valley

Chris is one of our 3 District Councillors in the Worth Valley. He is also a Keighley Town Councillor.  Chris lives in Oxenhope on a farm where he rears cattle, sheep, chickens.

Kyle Green

District Councillor for Ilkley

Kyle was elected as a District Councillor for Ilkley in May 2019. He is a resident of Ben Rhydding and is environmentally conscious (so much so he has all his campaigning materials printed on recycled cardstock).

Owen Goodall

District Councillor for Craven

Owen was elected as a District Councillor for Craven (encompassing Silsden, Steeton, Addingham, and Eastburn) in May 2019.