County Councillor - Goldsworth East & Horsell Village
Borough Councillor - Horsell
Colin was elected to Goldsworth East and Horsell Village in 2013 and since that time has also become a Borough Councillor in Horsell West. He dedicates his time to education, highways and infrastructure issues in both areas and is a strong voice for residents.
Ayesha was elected for Mayford and Sutton Green in 2014. She has been vocal in her defence of the Green Belt and support for Mayford Village Society in its attempts to keep land off Saunders Lane free from development.
Graham was first elected to the Council in 1996 and has served St Johns through two boundary changes. He has served on major committees and on the Executive . Graham is known for his planning experience gained over 25 years and advice given to residents . He is also known for his willingness to help and prompt action in sorting matters out. One of his main achievements was to help secure funding and oversee the building of the new village hall. Graham has recently also secured funding to improve the standing area around the Village War Memorial He has been Mayor twice , in 2004 - 2005 and 2017 - 2018. His charities were Woking Hospice and latterly Your Sanctuary the Local domestic abuse charity .
I was first elected in 2012 for the old Brookwood ward. I was motivated by a desire to bring improvements to the lives of people I lived with and knew the only way to make a difference was to represent the Conservative Party. It was especially important to me that I stood in the seat where I lived. I spent a few years learning the ropes before joining the Executive in 2018 and I now hold two of the most important portfolios that significantly impact the residents of Woking. The Environmental portfolio covers not only climate change issues, but also health and wellbeing by striving to provide some of the best habitat, bio-diversity and green spaces possible. I launched Planet Woking in 2020 which is the Council’s vehicle for getting the residents involved in our climate change efforts.
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.
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