Kidderminster Town Councillor - Blakebrook and Habberley South
Juliet was born and raised in Kidderminster, she attended St Johns First and Middle Schools and then Stourport High School. After university Juliet commenced her career in publishing and in 2009 Juliet made the decision to set up her own company, Severn Publishing, here in Kidderminster. Julie
During a Kidderminster Town Council (KTC) Committee meeting at the start of lockdown in March 2020, Councillors from all political groups agreed that the opening of St George’s Park Paddling Pool was critically important this year (as soon as safe and legal).
Councillor Juliet Smith is delighted to give some of her Kidderminster Town Council Community Funding to St John's C of E Primary School in Blakebrook. Staff at the school are working hard to set up a Serenity Area for the pupils.
As County Councillor for Bewdley, I have been inundated by phone calls and emails from traders and residents who feel utterly ignored and frustrated by the Progressive Alliance led Wyre Forest District Council’s approach to car parking charges.
At a full meeting of Kidderminster Town Council held this evening (Wednesday 10 June 2020) Councillor David Ross, Leader of the Town Council Conservative Group called on the Progressive Alliance-led Wyre Forest District Council (WFDC) to reconsider the removal of the one hour free parking concess
The Wyre Forest Conservative Council Group welcomes the announcement by the Secretary of State, Robert Jenrick, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, that a major package of support is available immediately for our communities affected by the floods due to Storm Denis.