Friday, 19 October, 2012

Rt Hon Cheryl Gillan will be commemorating 20 years as MP for Chesham and Amersham with a Celebration Dinner

Monday, 8 October, 2012

Chairman of Chesham and Amersham Conservative Association Andrew Garnett wasted no time in tackling the new Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin  on Monday evening at Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham.

Thursday, 4 October, 2012

House of Commons, LONDON, SW1A 0AA

Wednesday, 12 September, 2012

Acting on concerns from residents across the town about parking tickets issued on public holidays with our limited off-street parking, all of Chesham’s Conservative Town, District and County Councillors are calling on residents to sign their petition calling for a review of all of Chesham’s Traffic Regulation Orders to remove the Bank Holiday anomaly. A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is a legal order, which allows the Highway Authority (Bucks County Council) to regulate the speed, movement and parking of vehicles.

Thursday, 6 September, 2012

DEFIANT Cheryl Gillan said she will continue to fight HS2 from the back benches after leaving her cabinet post this week.   

Thursday, 6 September, 2012

Cheryl Gillan MP vows to fight against HS2 plans

Monday, 13 August, 2012

A group of young volunteers from the local Beaconsfield, Chesham and Amersham Conservative Future (BCACF) branch came out in force on Saturday 11th August to litter pick and clear 5-6 foot high nettles that had started to block a stretch of ‘the backs’ footpath in Waterside, Chesham.

Monday, 13 August, 2012

Fryer Close in Waterside has been completely resurfaced as part of the ongoing £30 million pounds of investment into road maintenance from Bucks County Council.

Wednesday, 4 July, 2012

Police Commissioner Announced.

Wednesday, 4 July, 2012

Anthony Stansfeld has been nominated as the Conservative candidate for the Thames Valley Police Commissioner. He was born in Newbury and W Berks has been his home all his life. His parents in law live in North Bucks. He is currently an executive member of West Berks Council, and is on the Thames Valley Police Authority. He took over as Chairman of the Performance Committee of the Thames Valley Police last year, during this period the overall crime rate has dropped by 15%, the greatest drop of any Police Force in England and Wales. He has, in conjunction with his Committee, set the exacting targets the Police have to achieve over the next few months. He concentrated his efforts on reducing rural crime, and improving  household burglary detection rates, especially in Slough and Reading, neither of which has been up to standard in the past. He is also Vice Chair of the Audit, Governance and Risk Committee which oversees the financial affairs of the Police.

Anthony has had a career in both the military and in industry. He enlisted in the Army at 17. He joined the Royal Green Jackets and saw active service in Borneo and N Ireland. He learnt to fly helicopters at Middle Wallop and commanded various Army Air Corps Squadrons, including the Army helicopters in the Falkland Islands in the latter half of 1982. He spent 2 years as Chief of Staff Intelligence in the Far East. On leaving the Army he became Marketing and then for 6 years Managing Director of the aircraft company Pilatus Britten Norman, which had aircraft in over 100 countries.  At the same time he commanded the Army reserve helicopters as a TA officer. All three UK Armed services use the aircraft he produced, and the Defender 4000, which he brought into service, is the last fully certified aircraft produced in the UK.

While in the Army he spent 4 months carrying out the reconnaissance for the crossing of the Darien Gap in Panama and Columbia, and led the first stage of Operation Raleigh, taking young people through the jungles of Honduras and Belize. For 8 of years he was a trustee of the Thames Valley Air Ambulance. He has an MSc and studied international terrorism and Global security at Master Degree level.

He has the breadth of experience to be Police and Crime Commissioner in the largest non metropolitan Police Authority in the country in a time of rapid change and increased threat from international terrorism. He has already demonstrated his ability to get a grip of detection rates for household burglary in our major towns and cities, and to tackle rural crime.