Haslemere Town Council

Haslemere Town Council serves the residents of Critchmere, Grayswood, Haslemere, Hindhead and Shottermill. The area of Haslemere is covered by three tiers of local government: Surrey County Council, Waverley Borough Council and Haslemere Town Council. All three tiers provide different services and Haslemere Town Council is committed to working in partnership with each of these authorities, as well as other relevant public service agencies and voluntary organisations to achieve positive results for our area.


Haslemere Town Council consists of 18 elected councillors all of whom are unpaid volunteers. They care deeply about their community and seek to represent the views of the residents in improving and promoting the town.


Please feel free to contact the Town Hall staff, they will be more than happy to advise you on any questions or enquiries you may have.

Our business hours are 10am – 3pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday.



There is a vacancy for a town councillor in Haslemere’s Nutcombe ward – see details below. Closing date for application 2nd June 2023.



The results of the 2023 election of Town Councillors are as follows:


The results of the 2023 election of Town Councillors are as follows:

Haslemere North 

Oli Leach – Liberal Democrat

Phil Miller – Liberal Democrat

John Weatherburn – Liberal Democrat

Terry Weldon – Liberal Democrat


Haslemere South

Farzana Aslam – Liberal Democrats

Lesley Banfield – Liberal Democrats

Tom Bridge – Conservative

Bryan Carroll – Liberal Democrats


Haslemere West

Alastair Bayliss – Green Party

Claire Matthes – Green Party

Peter Nicholson – Liberal Democrats

Jacquie Keen – Liberal Democrats

John Robini – Liberal Democrats


Hindhead & Beacon Hill 

Jean Arrick – Conservative

Malcolm Carter – Conservative

Jerome Davidson – Liberal Democrats

Conrad Waters – Liberal Democrats


See the detailed results of the Haslemere Town Council elections by ward below.