One of the three Rushcliffe Borough Councillors for the Radcliffe on Trent Ward – I was elected in May 2015.
I am a retired Chartered Building Surveyor and I have lived in Radcliffe on Trent since 1975. I was a Parish Councillor from 2011 to 2015 and I believe that I have a good knowledge of the village and local issues.
I have an active role in the community, having been a governor at the Infant and Secondary Schools and I am a member of the Community and Neighbourhood Plan Working Committees. I am also a member of the Radcliffe Residents Association and the local Lions International Club which raises money for local charities and good causes. I have a particular interest in historic buildings and the built environment.
Cllr Neil Clarke MBE
Rushcliffe Borough Councillor
The Olde Barn
Tel: 0115 9148277
Cllr Kay Cutts MBE
Kay Cutts MBE is the Leader of the Conservative Group, the largest opposition group on Nottinghamshire County Council. She has served as the County Councillor for Radcliffe-on-Trent since 1989 and has been Conservative Group Leader since October 2000. Between June 2009 and May 2013 she was the Leader of the Council when the Conservatives were the majority group.
In addition to her daily duties as Group Leader, she serves on the Finance & Property, Policy and Nottinghamshire Pension Fund committees and also on the Public Health Sub-committee and the Health & Wellbeing Board. Kay is a Governor of Radcliffe-on-Trent Junior School and serves her local Parish Councils at East Bridgford, Flintham, Holme Pierrepont & Gamston, Radcliffe-on-Trent and Shelford & Newton, and Parish Meetings at Car Colston, Kneeton and Screveton.
Kay is available to meet with constituents at any mutually convenient time at an agreed venue.
Councillor Kay Cutts
County Councillor for Radcliffe-on-Trent
Nottinghamshire County Council