Julia Adey

Buckinghamshire Candidate
The Wooburns and Bourne End

JULIA ADEY

Having lived all my life and raised three sons in Buckinghamshire, I moved to the Cores End area of Bourne End in 2007.

I am a qualified radiographer, have worked in corporate relocation helping individuals and families settle fully into new areas and for an international medical research charity often fundraising and running seminars, therefore have experience of interacting with people from all walks of life.

Have held the positions of Vice Chairman (Fundraising & Membership) of the Beaconsfield Association, Treasurer of the BCCA Conservative Women’s Association, Chairman of the Wooburns & Bourne End branch and I currently run the Bucks Supper Club for the Association.

Was first elected as a Wycombe District Councillor in 2011 and returned in 2015 with a good increase in majority.  I have served on the Planning Committee from day one, also spending some time on the Improvement and Review Committee and as Deputy Chairman of the Standards Committee.  I became a Deputy Cabinet Member for Economic Regeneration in 2008, then moving to Community and Housing before taking over as a full Cabinet Member at which time I helped deliver the new Leisure Centre at Handy Cross.  I am still a Cabinet Member and currently my portfolio is Environmental Services where I am addressing the upkeep of our waste disposal services and am pleased to say that we have recycling rates well above the national average plus In the last year I have worked towards an action plan to cut the levels of nitrogen dioxide.

I have served as a district representative on both the Health & Wellbeing Board for Bucks and the Police & Crime Panel for the Thames Valley.   I am a trustee of both the Wycombe and John Lane Charity Almshouses.

I should like the opportunity to carry on as a councillor for the area I serve at present, with the addition of Bourne End and Hedsor, in what should be interesting times at the commencement of the new Unitary Council for Buckinghamshire.  I believe I have plenty of experience to meet the challenges to come and hope you will give me the chance to be an asset to the new Unitary.  I am always happy to hear from residents, available whether by telephone or email and will endeavour to continue responding to any queries promptly.

See Also

Anita Cranmer

Town Councillor for Beaconsfield - Anita Cranmer lives in the Old Town, Beaconsfield with her with husband George. They have 5 children and now 11 grandchildren. She taught at Wycombe High School for 6 years and for 8 years Anita was District Councillor for Hedgerley and Fulmer.

Santokh S Chhokar

Buckinghamshire Council
Denham, Fulmer and Gerrards Cross East Candidate

Santokh S Chhokar BSc (Hons), Solicitor (Hons), FRSA
About me : I am married with three children and we have lived in Gerrards Cross East for the past 18 years. I am the Senior Partner in a medium-sized solicitors’ practice, established in 1994 with offices in Southall, Slough and Central London.

Carol Heap

Buckinghamshire Unitary Council

Carol Heap will be new to elected office. Carol is a Pharmacist by profession and currently serves as Director of HealthWatch Bucks, and is a Trustee for Community Impact Bucks.

Alastair Pike

Buckinghamshire Council

Alastair Pike has been a Town Councillor in Beaconsfield since 2011 and became Leader of the Conservative Group and the Town Council in 2015.  He is currently Deputy Mayor.

Luisa Sullivan

Buckinghamshire Candidate

The role of a county councillor is predominately that of a communicator. Being able to engage with all residents and community groups and balancing the needs and interests of residents, with council policy and its services, at all council tier levels.

I have been active in the community for many years, and have built solid relationships with many of our community groups. 

Over these last 25 years you’ve given me an insight and understanding of how our local community feels about their environment, its needs, its development and growth and aspirations for our younger generation.

There are many developments and projects happening in The Ivers. Alongside these, we need to plan for more community facilities, develop the road network and address the congestion problems.

We need to balance the need for housing, with affordable and cost saving initiatives like shared equity and self-build opportunities, alongside protecting our precious Green Belt and open spaces.

A tall order and this task requires your County Council representative to hold integrity, honesty and rational level thinking, to be an effective communicator, negotiator and team member, able to work with different local authority tiers and in partnership with other organisations to deliver positive outcomes for our community.

If you would like to speak to me or have any questions or concerns, please contact me.

Luisa Sullivan Mobile: 07915 000767 Email: luisa.sullivan1@gmail.com

Ralph Bagge

Buckinghamshire Council Candidate

I have lived in Stoke Poges since 1995, and both our children went to The Stoke Poges School, where my wife teaches music. I started taking an interest in local politics around the time of the Bells Hill redevelopment and was elected to Stoke Poges Parish Council in 2010, being elected Chairman the following year. I was elected to South Bucks District Council, representing Stoke Poges in 2011, where I became Chairman of the Planning Committee, and after re-election, in 2015 I became Leader of the Council, working regularly with County colleagues on issues including housing, health and the local economy. With my experience of local government, you can rely on me to represent your concerns effectively at County Hall.

I believe that South Bucks is a great place to live in – we have beautiful tree-lined roads and the openness of the Green Belt while enjoying the excellent road, rail and air access. I’m passionate about preserving our quality of life and ensuring that South Bucks remains a great place to live. I'm determined to see off the threat from Slough to build on our Green Belt and to preserve the semi-rural character of our quiet villages that we all enjoy so much.

Andrew Wood

Buckinghamshire Council

My name is Andrew Wood and I am 56 years of age. I was fortunate to grow up in a lovely part of the north east of Scotland called Buckie with two Loving parents and a Sister, all of whom are still alive today.

Michael Bracken

Buckinghamshire Council Candidate
Gerrards Cross Ward

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE UNITARY COUNCIL

Gerrards Cross (North & South),Beaconsfield Old Town and Hedgerley

Michael Bracken

I’m a local who returned here last year

Thomas Broom

Buckinghamshire Council

Thomas Broom

Chairman of Hedgerley Parish Council

Education: Primary: Gayhurst School, Gerrards Cross, Secondary: Dr Challoner’s Grammar School, Amersham

Higher: BA Hons in Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, Canterbury

Trevor Egleton

Buckinghamshire Council

Trevor Egleton

I worked in the construction industry for 55 years as a quantity surveyor/estimator for a variety of companies on a wide range of projects and am now retired.