People

Duncan Smith

District Councillor for Stoke Poges Duncan Smith has lived in Bucks for 25 years and in Stoke Poges since 2000. He has been self-employed or a director of small Companies since his University days. He strongly believes that local businesses are the backbone of a vibrant local economy. He also believes that Government bodies, like the local council, should be small, lean and efficient.

Wendy Matthews

District and Parish Councillor for Iver Village & Richings Park“I have lived in Iver with my family for 32 years.  I am a scientist and recently retired from the Food Standards Agency.  I have a wide working knowledge of the workings of local and national government as well as the European Union and experience of negotiating the best outcomes in difficult situations.   I have always been involved in the local community and for the past three years have been the Chairman of the Richings Park Residents’ Assoc

Jackson Ng - Association Chairman

Jackson is very active in his local community where he currently serves as a Councillor on Beaconsfield Town Council and as a community governor of a local primary school.

Professionally, Jackson qualified as a Solicitor in 2010 and re-qualified to practise as a Barrister in 2015.  He read law at the School of Oriental & African Studies and the London School of Economics.

From January 2018, Jackson will start as a Director for a leading international communications consultancy.

Jackson's involvement in politics started in 2011 when he was headhunted to become a Political Advisor in Parliament. In 2013, he also helped set up and then ran the Conservative Friends of the Chinese for 4 years.

Jackson first stood for Parliament in 2015 as the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Liverpool Riverside where he performed better than polling predicted. In 2017, Jackson stood again as a Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, for St Helen's North where he increased the Conservative vote for 7.4% (4,500 votes). Jackson also serves as a Co-ordinator for the Party's Candidates Team.

Jackson regularly mentors young people and has previously served as a trustee and advisor to two national charities.

He grew up in 4 different countries and is equally fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.

David Johncock

District and Parish Councillor for Flackwell Heath & Little MarlowDavid Johncock   “Has lived in Flackwell Heath since 1983 and, having retired from the Royal Air Force after 37 years, wanted to put something back into the community.  Became a Parish Councillor in 2007 and a Wycombe District Councillor in 2011." 

John Savage

District Councillor for Flackwell Heath & Little Marlow John Savage has lived in Flackwell Heath for 27 years with his wife Pat & family. John retired early from a career as sales & commercial Director of a major international commercial wall covering company. John has been a parish councillor on Chepping Wycombe Parish Council since 1987 serving Flackwell Heath.

Lin Hazell

Lin moved to Burnham in early 1980 and became involved in local politics in 1995.  Lin was elected to the newly formed division of Farnham Common and Burnham Beeches in 2013 and immediately started to address the major concerns expressed by residents regarding the various roads in and around the division. In the last 4 years issues on major link roads the A355, Farnham Lane, and Britwell Road have now been resolved.

Work on Burnham High Street has started and One Pin Lane should start within the next few weeks and working closely with her local area technician she will continue to identify other roads in need of repair.  Over the last 4 years from her Community Leaders fund, Lin had made major financial contributions to providing Wi-Fi to the Farnham Common library, new chairs to the village hall and the food bank. Burnham has received funds to refurbish the war memorial, Burnham Twinning Association, an outdoor table tennis table and an upgrade to the Youth Club’s sound system.

Lin is also Chairman of the Burnham Youth Club working with the volunteers and police to deliver a much improved youth provision targeting anti- social behaviour within the villages.  She is currently a Cabinet Member with direct responsibility for the improvement of the Children’s Service’s and continues to work closely with other Cabinet members on service deliveries and our MP‘s.  As an active member of the South Bucks District Planning Committee she will continue to be proactive in challenging inappropriate and controversial planning applications within both villages.  Working closely with both parish councils and a member of the Local Area Committee (which she chairs) Lin looks forward to representing the residents of both parishes for a further term of office.

Alex Collingwood

Wycombe District Councillor for Marlow North & West ALEX COLLINGWOOD "If re-elected I will work towards getting glass recycling collected directly from our homes, a new pedestrian crossing on Wycombe Road, and new cycleway paths on the Little Marlow Road, while trying to ensure any that council tax increase are kept to a minimum.- Alex lives in Oak Tree Road. Married to Emma their children Abbie (14) and Nick (11) both go to Great Marlow School.

Graham Corney

Graham has lived in Beaconsfield for over 30 years with his wife and 3 children.He has been a Chartered Accountant in practice for forty years and his office is situated in the Old Town. Living and working locally he is in a good position to meet and hear the concerns of people living in Beaconsfield. Graham is concerned about the growth of inappropriate development in the New Town and will fight to protect it’s character.

Dev Dhillon

Dev Dhillon - A Local Choice for Cliveden. Cliveden includes Burnham Church, Lent Rise, Taplow and Dorney.

Neil Marshall

Wycombe District and Marlow Town Councillor for Marlow North & WestNeil Marshall was raised and educated in the North East of England. He and his family have lived in the Marlow area for nearly 35 years, both of his children attended local schools. Now retired, his professional background was in aviation. Elected to the Town Council in 1998 he has been Mayor for two years and is currently Chairman of the Towns Planning Committee. Neil was involved with the establishment of the Town Regatta and Festival.