Faye Frost

District Councillor for Hitchwood, Offa and Hoo

About Faye

It has been a privilege to represent Hitchwood, Offa and Hoo ward since 2012. I have had great pleasure in supporting many of our local sports clubs, schools, village halls and community groups, offering both personal assistance and financial support. I hope to provide more opportunities to our residents and villages through my professional and personal links.

Hitchwood, Offa and Hoo ward faces some very difficult times over the next few years, with ongoing threats to our communities, and open countryside. Along with my fellow councillors, I am working hard to work hard for the people residing in the ward, particularly with regards Luton Airport Expansion, as well as the many hostile planning applications we are seeing across the ward. I continue to strongly represent the views and wishes of all constituents living and working in the area.

I am proud to be a part of our rural community, and value all that Hitchwood, Offa and Hoo ward has to offer.

Get in Touch with Faye

Telephone: 01462 768888

Email: faye.frost@north-herts.gov.uk

News

Update from David Barnard & Faye Frost

Councillors’ Annual Reports 2019

Once again, this has been a busy and diverse year at each Council level.

There have been, and remains, many issues which require constant attention.

Councillors' Comments

The District Council elections are complete, boxes emptied, and votes counted, and, as anticipated, there was a “protest vote” against the political shenanigans at Parliament level.

New Year Update from Cllrs David Barnard and Faye Frost

We hope that you had a happy and healthy Christmas break, and have re-charged your batteries for a Happy and Healthy New Year!

Many things are on the horizon and nearer to us, that we will need to look at very carefully, as the year unfolds.

Cllr Barnard Supports Offley and Cockenhoe Plaques

Hitchwood, Offa and Hoo Conservative Councillor David Barnard has been supporting a project to put up plaques in Offley and Cockenhoe ahead of the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War.

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