Cllr Jayne Greenaway

Jayne has lived in Telford for 27 years and is both a mother and grandmother. Committed to helping children and young people Jayne has worked in local junior and secondary schools, supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities. She has also volunteered for a disability helpline.

A ward councillor for 9 years Jayne has served as a school governor and representative on both the Lightmoor Liaison Group and Lawley Steering Group.

Determined to do the best for residents Jayne has helped secure better bus services in Lawley and Lightmoor, delivered environmental improvements for Horsehay pool and has worked to protect Lawley village green.

Having grown up on the family farm Jayne has a keen interest in the natural word and is committed to protected green spaces for future generations.

Jayne is the Association's Local Government Officer for 2017/18.


Horsehay and Lightmoor update from Cllr Jayne Greenaway

“November was a busy month in the ward.

“Residents are enquiring about play provision in Lightmoor, I have discussed with officers whether monies were provided for this within the planning and I am working with the Parks and Open Spaces officer to take this forward.

Lucy Allan hosts Lawley Village Steering Group

The Lawley Village Steering Group (LVSG) have met to address stewardship issues and residents representation.

A complaint and snagging list have been presented to the developer consortium for their attention. This will be followed up. 

News in Horsehay and Lightmoor from BVT

Bourneville Village Trust have just published the following newsletter for residents in Horsehay in Lightmoor.


Cllr Jayne Greenaway said: I'm pleased BVT are keeping residents updated and I encourage any of them to get in touch with BVT or myself if they have any concerns."