Your Local County Councillors

Find out who your local local Labour representatives are here

There are 14 Labour councillors on Oxfordshire County Council, of which 11 represent areas of Oxford city. Oxfordshire County Council is responsible for 80% of the local government services in the county. This includes children’s services, some education services, fire and rescue, libraries and museums, roads, social care, trading standards and waste disposal



County Councillor for Barton, Sandhills & Risinghurst

Glynis Phillips

County Councillor for Barton, Sandhills & Risinghurst Read more


County Councillor for Churchill & Lye Valley

Liz Brighouse

County Councillor for Churchill & Lye Valley Read more


County Councillor for Cowley

John Sanders

County Councillor for Cowley Read more


County Councillor for Iffley Fields & St Mary's

Helen Evans

County Councillor for Iffley Fields & St Mary's Read more


County Councillor for Isis Division

Sobia Afridi

County Councillor for Isis Division Read more


City Councillor for Churchill and County Councillor for Marston & Northway

Mark Lygo

City Councillor for Churchill and County Councillor for Marston & Northway Read more


City Councillor for Littlemore and County Councillor for Rose Hill & Littlemore

Gill Sanders

City Councillor for Littlemore and County Councillor for Rose Hill & Littlemore Read more


County Councillor for Leys

Deborah McIlveen

County Councillor for Leys Read more


City and County Councillor for Jericho & Osney

Susanna Pressel

City and County Councillor for Jericho & Osney Read more


City Councillor for St Clement's and County Councillor for St Clement's & Cowley Marsh

Jamila Azad

City Councillor for St Clement's and County Councillor for St Clement's & Cowley Marsh Read more


County Councillor for University Parks

Emma Turnbull

County Councillor for University Parks Read more

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