Swainswick Parish Council

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Useful Contacts

The Parish Council is made up of 6 parishioners who live in Swainswick. If you have questions, ideas or issues within the Parish please contact the clerk in the first instance:

Charlie Williams

clerk@swainswickparishcouncil.org

Address:
29 Bailbrook Lane
Lower Swainswick
Bath
BA1 7AN

Tel: 07904 414244

Parish Council Members are listed here:-

Parish Councillors

Miles Jonathan Keystone Cottage. Cold Ashton SN148JT jonathan@miles.uk.net
Davies Glyn Little Solisbury House, Gloucester Road, Upper Swainswick, Bath BA1 8BJ c.glyndavies@btinternet.com
Holling Maggie Hill Farm House, Swainswick, BA1 8BR hollingmaggie@gmail.com
Stuckes Tim Tadwick House, Tadwick Lane, BA1 8AH timstuckes@aol.com
Shackell Robert Torney’s Court Farm, Tadwick, Bath BA1 8AQ ROSHACKELL@aol.com
Roberts Ian Naille, Upper Swainswick, Bath BA1 8AQ ianrobertsbath@gmail.com

Our B&NES Ward Councillors are listed here:-7251584598_b8165e171f_c

Ward Councillors

Sarah Warren

sarah_warren@bathnes.gov.uk

Kevin Guy

Kevin_Guy@BATHNES.GOV.UK

SERVICES

Issues with Gas and Electricity

In 2016 the UK launched a nationwide emergency number for Electrical Emergencies, but many are still unaware of whom to call in the event of an electrical emergency or power cut.

Electricity & Gas Emergency Contact Information: 

Report a Gas Leak:

For reporting a gas leak, carbon monoxide, or any other gas emergency dial 0800 111 999 

Report a power cut:
For reporting a power cut to the distribution network operator, or to receive assistance in an electrical emergency dial 105

The national number 105 is used for:

  • Reporting Power Cuts & Requesting Information During Power Cuts
  • Dangerous Low-lying Cables
  • Reporting Broken Cables
  • Electrical Emergencies Involving Water

Likewise, the Emergency gas number 0800 111 999 is to be used in the event of:

  • Smelling Gas (at home or in public spaces)
  • Carbon Monoxide monitor alerts you to a leak
  • Open Fire spotted in a public gas line