Fred Wilson

Member of Buckinghamshire Council

Fred Wilson and his family moved to Chesham twenty years ago. It was one of the best decisions we ever made!  

“Our children received an excellent education locally, we live in a wonderful green environment and we enjoy the great community spirit within our town. Naturally I want to help preserve and improve our community to make it an even better place to live.

I have been working with students at local schools in particular as a Young Enterprise adviser for a number of years. I have helped a local day care centre and a leading charity develop new business strategies.

I am a founding member and vice-chairman of an organisation that supports local charities and groups that want to improve Chesham and has helped to fund more than 15 projects, including Shed@ThePark, Chesham Walks, the Victorian Evening, the Museum, Chesham4Fairtade and many more.  As your local councillor I would always pledge to put people before politics!”

 

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Mark Shaw

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate for Chesham Ward (1 of 3)

Mark has been a Chesham Town Councillor for the last eight years and the local County Councillor for the last four years.  He has been selected, once again, to stand for the County Council in the Chesham Division which also includes the villages of Ashley Green and Whelpley Hill.  For the last two years he has been Cabinet Member for Transportation and has fought for a much needed higher budget for our roads and pavements locally and throughout the County.

Nick Southworth

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate for Chesham Ward (1 of 3)

Nick is Bucks born and bred and has lived in Chesham now for a number of years with his wife and they recently welcomed their daughter to the family. He works in Uxbridge and has represented Ridgeway since March 2018. 

Gareth Williams

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate Chess Valley Ward (1 of 3)

As a father of three young children, Gareth is passionate about creating the right environment for everyone to achieve their full potential. After a successful career in the City, Gareth volunteers for numerous community and charity groups. He has been a school governor at two schools, sits on the board of two International development charities, is a church warden, a debt coach with Christians Against Poverty and helps lead a cub scout group.  

Patricia Birchley

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate Chiltern Ridges Ward (1 of 3)

Chiltern Ridges including The Lee, Cholesbury, Hawridge, Asheridge, Bellingdon, Chartridge, Hyde Heath, Asheridge Vale and Lowndes.
Tricia has represented Chiltern Ridges Division of Bucks County Council for 16 years and has listened carefully to local residents to action their concerns at County Hall. She holds regular surgeries and attends Parish Council meetings to ensure she is fully briefed on all local issues.

Qaser Chaudhry

Qaser has lived locally in the Newtown area of Chesham for many years and is active in the local community. He is currently the Mayor of Chesham.

Vanessa Martin

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate Chiltern Ridges Ward (1 of 3)

Vanessa has lived in Great Missenden since 2010 and in the local area for almost 30 years. An experienced Chartered Accountant, Vanessa currently works in London and, like many local residents, commutes regularly from Great Missenden station.

 

Mimi Harker OBE

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate Great Missenden and Prestwood Ward (1 of 3)

Cllr. Mrs Mimi Harker OBE  Mimi is married to Robin and they have two children, Robyn, and Arrun.  She has lived in the area for nearly 30 years and is extremely visible around the community. 

Peter Martin

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate Great Missenden and Prestwood Ward (1 of 3)

Peter Martin and his wife Vanessa moved to Cokes Lane in Little Chalfont around 20 years ago moving from Southgate in North London. He has recently moved to Great Missenden within the Chiltern area but has very close ties with Little Chalfont and many friends in the Village. In fact his parents in-law have lived in Elizabeth Avenue for many happy years.

Heather Wallace

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate Great Missenden and Prestwood Ward (1 of 3)

Heather moved to Prestwood in January 2014 from just up the road in Aylesbury. Heather is already involved in Prestwood Nature, Prestwood Gardening Society and a new book club.

Martin Tett

Member of Buckinghamshire Council
Candidate Little Chalfont & Amersham Common Ward (1 of 3)
Leader Buckinghamshire Council

Martin has lived in Little Chalfont with his family for over 30 years.  He is determined to keep Bucks beautiful.  He introduced the 'zero tolerance' policy towards fly-tipping and has led the anti HS2 campaign by councils along the route.