People

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.

Paul Kelly

District Councillor.  Paul Kelly of Wyndham Crescent is a family man, actively involved with various sports and charity organisations locally and many of you will know him from this.  He works as a major account manager for a well known British firm.If elected, Paul Kelly will continue to work hard to promote the Village and village life. 

Wendy Matthews

Buckinghamshire Council Candidate
Candidate for the Iver Ward

I have lived in Iver with my family for over 40 years. I am currently a South Bucks District Councillor for Iver and Richings Park and the current Chairman of Iver Parish Council.

David Pepler

District and Parish Councillor for Lent RiseDavid Pepler is a retired Legal Executive who has lived in Burnham for 59 years. He is married with two grown up sons and three grandchildren. He is also a churchwarden at St James the Less Dorney and a member of the Burnham Slough Deanery Synod.

David Johncock

Buckinghamshire Candidate
Flackwell Heath, Little Marlow and Marlow South East Ward

David 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.

Malcolm Bradford

District Councillor for Iver West & Wexham, Parish Councillor in WexhamMalcolm Bradford is married, 52 years of age with 5 children and lived in George Green for 30 years. Malcolm helps manage and run a local junior football team within the community. A member of the District Planning Committee fully committed to supporting the Green Belt Policy. Malcolm respects the countryside around South Bucks and believes very strongly in preservation of the Green Belt, and in preventing unnecessary development.

Alex Collingwood

Buckinghamshire Unitary Council Candidate

ALEX COLLINGWOOD one of Marlow Conservatives three candidates for the new Buckinghamshire Council.

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.

Neil Marshall

Buckinghamshire Unitary Council from May 2020

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.

Jackson Ng - Association Chairman

A practising Barrister with strong public policy and political campaigning experience.

As a Barrister, he maintains a legal practice and specialises in civil and commercial litigation, alongside human rights and immigration law. 

Jackson previously worked as a Director at Hill+Knowlton Strategies (part of WPP group) with a specific focus on brands with international ambitions and operations. He advises on UK and international politics and also work on corporate reputation.

Jackson has also acted as a Political Adviser in the UK Parliament from 2011 – 2017 and for 4 years, he served as a Political Director of a national outreach group in Conservative Campaign Headquarters where he helped strategise to win one million new BAME votes for the Conservative Party in the 2015 General Election.

Since 2013, Jackson has held various elected and appointed positions within the Conservative Party, both locally and nationally and has stood as a Parliamentary Candidate in the 2015 and 2017 General Elections.

Often a guest speaker at events, Jackson has also been interviewed by various media outlets such as the BBC, The Economist, The Diplomat, CCTV, South China Morning Post, Xinhua and Phoenix TV.

Currently a Councillor for Beaconsfield Town, a school governor and trustee for his local church, Jackson read law at both the School of Oriental & African Studies and the London School of Economics. 

In his spare time, he is an entrepreneur who mentors young professionals via a not-for-profit organisation that he co-founded. Jackson was previously a trustee of a national charity and also advised UK's leading charity for engaging students in enterprise.

Jackson grew up in 4 different countries and also speak Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese and some Dutch.