Dev Dhillon

Buckinghamshire Council Candidate
Farnham Common & Burnham Beeches Ward

DEV DHILLON - Buckinghamshire Candidate for Burnham Beeches and Farnham Common

Past and present council experience

Burnham Parish Council, South Bucks District Council ( including Chairman), Buckinghamshire County Councillor

Buckinghamshire Unitary Authority - Shadow Executive

Social & Charity Local community fund raising key Skills

Budget Management, Communication & Listening, Conflict Resolution , Leadership Mentoring & Training, Empathic





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Ralph Bagge

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