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25th Jun, 2022

Worcestershire Council cabinet reshuffle sees new roles at County Hall

Rob George 21st May, 2022

THE APPOINTMENT of a new highways boss for Worcestershire came as County Hall leader Coun Simon Geraghty reshuffled his cabinet.

Coun Alan Amos, Coun Tony Miller and Coun Matt Dormer have left their roles with Coun Tracey Onslow, Coun Richard Morris and Coun Rouse being elevated to the top table.

Former education boss Coun Marcus Hart will take over as deputy leader of the council, replacing Coun Adrian Hardman who will retain his Adult Social Care brief.

Coun Geraghty said: “The refreshed cabinet will enable a renewed focus on our priorities with an opportunity to inject some new ideas, whilst ensuring we have the right blend of experience within the team.”

Worcestershire County Council’s cabinet in full:

• Leader of the Council and with responsibility for Finance – Coun Simon Geraghty

• Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member with Responsibility (CMR) for Communities – Coun Marcus Hart

• Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Education – Coun Tracey Onslow

• Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Highways and Transport – Coun Mike Rouse

• Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Adult Social Care – Coun Adrian Hardman

• Cabinet Member with Responsibility for the Environment – Coun Richard Morris

• Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Children and Families – Coun Andy Roberts

• Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Health and Well Being – Coun Karen May

• Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Corporate Services and Communications – Coun Adam Kent

• Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Economy, Infrastructure and Skills – Coun Marc Bayliss

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