- Last Updated: Thursday, 17 October 2019 09:50
Governors for all our public and staff constituencies are filled through formal elections.
How the elections are handled is explained in detail in the Constitution.
Governors are elected for three year terms and are able to stand again. When we were set up in 2010, a number of the Governors were only elected for an initial two year term- we did this to ensure that in 2013 not everyone was due for re-election at the same time! Hence you can see on the Who’s Who of Governors that they do have variable terms of office.
Election to the Council of Governors 2019
Ashford and St Peter’s is currently holding Council of Governor elections and if you are a member of the Trust and live in one of the following areas:
- Hounslow, Kingston-upon-Thames and Richmond-upon-Thames
- Woking and Guildford
Election to the Council of Governors 2018
Results of the Election to the Council of Governors 2016
Results of the Election and Bye Election to the Council of Governors 2015
Results of Runnymede Bye Election 2014
Results of the Election to the Council of Governors 2013
Results of the Election to the Council of Governors 2012
Spelthorne Bye Election 2012
Resources for Governors
A fact sheet on the role is available below together with our rules on canvassing.
You can find more documentation by clicking here.