I was born and brought up in High Wycombe, and I am married with three school age children and work for a Wycombe based specialist Electronic Engineering company.
I was re-elected in the local elections and I am the councillor for Terriers and Amersham Hill ward. I am the chairman of the High Wycombe Town Committee and have served as chairman or vice chairman of a number of committees and working groups.
Away from my council duties I serve as a governor of Hamilton Academy, and John Hampden Grammar School, a trustee of the One Can Trust, and Wycombe Environment Centre. I am also an Executive Member of a Self-Help Bereavement Society and a senior member of 'WE' Wycombe Environment which is responding to the joint climate and wildlife emergencies.
It was an immense honour and pleasure for me to serve as the Mayor of High Wycombe in 2018-19, raising over £27,000 through the Mayor’s Appeal for a Charity which helps disabled children play sport.
Since I can remember I have been involved with the Conservative Association i.e., local elections, general elections, delivering leaflets, knocking on doors canvassing, chairman of the Branch etc…
Some of the things I am involved in:
Governor at Hamilton Academy
Trustee - One Can Trust
Vice Chairman - Wycombe Humdard Foundation - Self-Help Bereavement Society
Executive Member - High Wycombe Town Twinning Association
Vice Chairman - Royal British Legion (High Wycombe Branch)
Founder Member - Wycombe Environment (WE)
Trustee - The Wycombe Environment Centre Ltd
Governor - John Hampden Grammar School
Mayor of High Wycombe 2018/19
Chairman of High Wycombe Town Committee
Chairman of Conservative Group at WDC
Vice Chairman – Wycombe District Council
Vice Chairman – West Planning Committee
Chairman – Environment and Climate Group – High Wycombe Community Board
Opening of the new Buckinghamshire Council Penn Road Cemetery. The project that was initially started by Wycombe District Council and the High Wycombe Town Committee in 2017