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Jason Jones

County Councillor for StonydelphJason Jones

Annual Report 1 April 2018 – 31 March 2019


I was first elected as County Councillor for the Stonydelph electoral division in May 2017.  

My division lies in the south east of Tamworth and includes the wards of Glascote and Stonydelph and covers approximately 305 hectares with a population of 14,496.

Committee Membership and Attendance Record 

My committee membership and attendance record can be seen below: 

All Party Member Group External Relationships

  • Possible: 1
  • Actual: 0
  • Apologies: 0
  • Absent: 1

All Party Member Group Improvement

  • Possible: 1
  • Actual: 0
  • Apologies: 1

County Council

  • Possible: 6
  • Actual: 5
  • Apologies: 1

Joint Healthy Staffordshire, Safe and Strong and Prosperous Staffordshire Select Committees

  • Possible: 1
  • Actual: 0
  • Apologies: 0
  • Absent: 1

Joint Meeting of Prosperous Staffordshire and Safe and Strong Select Committees

  • Possible: 1
  • Actual: 0
  • Apologies: 0
  • Absent: 1

Local Member Priority Meeting – Tamworth

  • Possible: 1
  • Actual: 0
  • Apologies: 0
  • Absent: 1

Safe and Strong Communities Select Committee

  • Possible: 8
  • Actual: 8

Safe and Strong Communities Select Committee Early Years 2018 Working Group

  • Possible: 2
  • Actual: 2


  • Possible: 21
  • Actual: 15 (71%)
  • Apologies: 2 (10%)
  • Absent: 4 (19%)

Outside body appointments

I was also appointed to represent the county council on the following outside bodies: 

  • LGiU Members' Assembly
  • Safer Neighbourhood Panel - Tamworth District

Schemes supported under the Staffordshire Local Community Fund

ApplicantAmount: Description

Community Together CIC

£750.00: Funding towards artists, PA hire, various workshops and promotion of the Tamworth Urban Arts and Sports Festival one of Tamworth's largest youth engagement and arts activities appealing to those aged 11 - 25 years attracting up to 3,000 people across Tamworth.

Xtra Humongous Ltd

£1,000.00: Funding towards orchestra and support acts and compere, insurance, sound, light, audio visual, advertising, posters, banners, photography and video as part of the Musical Proms event by St. Editha's Church to commemorate the centenary of the ending of WW1 and celebrate womens' empowerment.

St Peter's Asian's Gang

£500.00: Funding towards 5 days room hire and resources to run a holiday club for one week during the school holidays for all children in Glascote Heath to be more supported in and by the community.

Tamworth District Scouts Council

£400.00: Funding towards the improvements to the building extension, current premises, and car parking in providing more spaces for the District Activity Centre for scouting and the wider community including groups to include NHS charities for adults with learning difficulties, national citizens scheme, arts group, fitness classes.

Wondering Wombles

£300.00: Funding of trays and stands, coloured sands, sew and lace cards, pens, paints, aprons, painting pods, magic writers, doodle mats, dinosaur play sets, chairs, ride on toys and balance bikes for disadvantaged children to enjoy messy play with their friends.

Tamworth and Lichfield Sea Cadets

£330.00: Funding towards 10 wetsuits for adults and cadets and 4 new PCs for the use of all the administrators and cadets to plan sessions and work towards promotions.

Two Rivers School

£400.00: Funding towards a Play scheme for two weeks held for people with complex learning difficulties held at the school with trained staff to deliver the scheme safety to include meeting any health or care needs of the children providing respite for families of vulnerable children and is a stimulating two weeks of activities using school's resources.

Together 4 Tamworth Association

£500.00: Funding towards promotional leaflets, carnival and event licences, road management, public notice, public liability insurance, hi vis jackets and St. John Ambulance as part of the Tamworth Carnival. 

Total Arts Community Theatre and IMPACT Youth Theatre

£400.00: Funding towards a Metal Storage container to hold all the props and costumes made by the group.

1st Glascote (St. Georges) Scout Group 

£200.00: Funding towards the purchase of a shelter tent to be able to take on events.

Wilnecote Sports and Recreational Association

£1,000.00: Funding towards building costs for a purpose built brick garage to store grass cutting equipment and cricket kits for junior players in promoting sport and healthy lifestyles.

Tamworth Round Table

£500.00: Funding towards the rebuild of sleigh and replace the trailer to be used for a Sleigh appeal each evening in December within Tamworth to raise funds for the community groups for community events.



Councillor Development

None undertaken


Basic Allowance


Special Responsibility Allowance








Total Paid


Mileage from my home to County Buildings, where many meetings take place, is 60 miles return.  

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