Simon Ashall trained as a journalist before moving into public relations. He joined the Association in 2009 and stood as a candidate in Horsell West in 2010. The year after, he became Deputy Chairman of the Association.A member of Jonathan Lord's campaign team in 2010, Simon has focussed on improving voter communications and literature and served as the Association's Agent in 2013 until 2019. In 2018 he was elected as the borough councillor for Heathlands
Colin Kemp was elected as Borough Councillors for Horsell West in 2014. Also the County Councillor for the area, he has been working hard for residents on issues of parking, highways, schools and helping Horsell's community thrive through better infrastructure. Colin is also Chairman of Governors at St John the Baptist School.
Beryl Hunwicks was first elected to Woking Borough Council in 2007 and represented the ward of Horsell West. In the boundary changes in 2015 she became the Ward Councillor for Horsell. She has lived in Woking for well over 45 years most of those in Horsell. She is married, has two married daughters and five grandchildren.
Beryl has been on the Executive Committee since 2008 and oversees the Borough's Environmental Agenda, Health and Wellbeing and Community Safety areas. She is passionate that Woking is known as a place where everyone is welcome, can enjoy the green spaces that we care for and protect and can feel they have a part to play.
She is passionate too that her residents are heard and their concerns are addressed. Over the years she has worked closely with the Residents Association and the projects that they have set up ( Woodlanders Group, Horsell Prepared and HGWells the man) as well as their local annual events.
Chtira Rana's by-election win in October 2015 was the first time a Conservative had won in Goldsworth West. An ex-Gurkha Rifle, Chitra's straightforward approach to getting things done has already seen him working to address parking and anti-social behaviour in the ward, as well as fighting for the facilities needed locally for young people.
Debbie was elected as the Councillors for Knaphill in 2014. Formerly landlady of the Garibaldi pub in the village, she is in constant contact with residents and is working hard to address their concerns.
Rashid was elected to Woking Borough Council in a by-election in September 2013. A member of the taxi community, he has fought for a better deal for taxi drivers, as well as speaking out on plans to develop the Maybury and Sheerwater area.
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