John Wertheim and his family have lived in Chalfont St Peter for 40 years. He was elected Councillor for Austenwood in 2007. He was re-elected in May 2011 and again in 2015. He will continue to work to preserve the Green Belt and campaign to reopen the local Hospital. He has closely monitored all building developments in both Austenwood and the whole of Chalfont St Peter so that they meet the standards expected by all those living in the village.
Steve (Siddharth) Patel and his family have lived in Seer Green since 1992. He and his wife Sandie have one son who recently attended Queen Mary University. Steve is well known throughout Seer Green as the former proprietor of the village post office and shop. This has given him a unique insight into the concerns and needs of local residents. He is available to consult every day.
Don Phillips and his wife, Beryl, moved from Cheshire to Doggetts Wood Lane 31 years ago. Before retirement, Don was an oil industry marketing manager, then M.D. of an engineering services company. In 23 years as Chiltern Councillor, (20 representing Little Chalfont), he held many senior posts, including Chairman of Council and Chiltern’s first Executive Leader.
Nick Rose has lived in the Chilterns for most of his life. He moved to Rose Cottage in The Lee in 1975 and has taken a keen interest in the community. He served two years as a Governor of Lee Common School, and is a Trustee of the Ballinger War Memorial Hall. After running a distribution company in Aylesbury for 25 years he has now retired from business.
Diana is a political adviser to a Chair of one of Parliament’s select committees. She uses her political experience to help the residents of Little Missenden ward navigate local government and make sure they are effectively represented.
Nick is an experienced local campaigner and has worked on multiple elections. Formerly Head of Ground Campaigns for Vote Leave, where he led a team of over 45 staff operating across the country. He has also worked internationally, including in the Caribbean and Africa.
Mark Vivis was educated locally at Chesham Bois Combined School and then at Chesham Grammar School, He has lived in Amersham for 25 years. His professional career began in public affairs before training as a lawyer and working in the City and more recently at a major PLC.
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