Members of Whittington Parish Council

Chairman Steve Burrows

Steve is married with two grown-up daughters. He has lived in Whittington since 1996. He retired from the Police in 2013 after thirty years service, and currently works part-time for the Home Office. His aim as a Parish Councillor (and Chair), is to continue contributing to the public by aiming to enhance the lives of the residents, the facilities and services available within the Parish, and develop a sense of community and cohesion at a time of significant expansion of households.


Vice-Chairman Stephen Brooker

Steve has lived in the village of Whittington since 1987. Prior to retiring from public service he worked closely with Wychavon District Council, experience that has been most useful on the Parish Council. He is also a Parish Council representative on the Village Hall Project committee as well as the Village Hall Committee secretary. At a time when there is significant development taking place in and around the Parish of Whittington, he is looking to support a strong and forward thinking Parish Council will that will best represent and serve the interests of all parishioners.


Councillor Daniel Bayliss

Dan moved to Whittington in 2017 and lives on the Wildmore estate. He has been on the Parish Council since 2018 and is a Community Governor at Whittington Church of England Primary School.


Councillor Susan MacLeod


Councillor Jenny Knights

Jenny moved to Whittington village in 2010 and has been on the Parish Council since 2018. She liaises with Whittington Church and provides a report on church matters at Parish Council meetings.


Councillor Robert Stepniewski

Rob has lived in Whittington since 2010 and has been a Parish Councillor since 2018. Rob has been involved in upgrading Whittington’s broadband infrastructure to ultrafast, with some of the projects already completed and others underway.


Parish Councillors Register of Interests

All members have to declare any personal or pecuniary interests. If an item is raised in which a member has such an interest then that member has to withdraw from the meeting and not take part in any discussion or vote.

A Register of Interests is maintained by Wychavon District Council and is available on its website.