Julia Langley

Wycombe District Councillor for The WooburnsJULIA LANGLEY has lived in Buckinghamshire for 30 years, originally moving here to find a better standard of education for her son.

George Sandy

George Sandy, together with his wife Sally arrived in Taplow in 1971. Their three daughters were educated at a mix of local schools comprising; St Nicolas, Burnham Grammar, and St. Bernard’s.   George held several directorships during his career. Mainly in sales, marketing & retailing. One of the latter included the Fullers chain of cake & patisserie shops, and he also held the position of Head of Retail of London Regional Transport.

Jacquetta Lowen-Cooper

District Councillor for Beaconsfield South (Old Town) - Jacquetta Lowen-Cooper:  I have represented you as a South Bucks District Councillor since 2005.  I have been on the planning committee for 10 years and I think that this experience will be essential to the residents of th

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.

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. 

Santokh S Chhokar

Santokh S Chhokar - I was first elected as your District Councillor in May 2007 and have the privilege of being re-elected to continue serving. Throughout my tenure as your District Councillor my objectives have been to promote and represent your interests, to raise your concerns and to be available whenever needed. Over the past many years I have taken up individual cases as well as local issues. Your support has helped me achieve some success in resisting intrusions upon our valuable Green Belt and in resolving problems with delivery of services by the Council.

I regularly attend full Council Meetings. Within the Council I serve on two important Committees – the Overview and Scrutiny Committee and the Standards Committee. I am also a member of the Resources Portfolio Advisory Group. I am one of the Council’s representatives on the South Bucks Partnership. I help organise and participate in Councillors’ Clinics and you are most welcome to come along. A Grammar school educated graduate of London University, I am married with three children and have lived in Gerrards Cross East for more than 10 years. I am the Senior Partner in a medium-sized solicitors practice. I have served as a school governor, Chairman of a Board of Trustees for a national charity and as President of Middlesex Law Society. I welcome contact from all residents and will always use my best endeavours in serving you and representing you and your concerns.

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.

Dominic Grieve

MP for Beaconsfield
The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP was first elected as MP for Beaconsfield in 1997, entering Parliament from a career as a barrister and having served as a councillor in Hammersmith and in the Territorial Army. He was appointed to the opposition front bench in 1999 as spokesman on Constitutional affairs and moved to the Home affairs team covering criminal justice in 2001 before being made shadow Attorney General by Michael Howard in 2003.

David Anthony

District Councillor for Farnham Royal David Anthony is a long-time resident of South Bucks acutely aware of the issues facing those of us who live near the Slough border. “I shall aim to protect the Green Belt, and to minimise local problems such as crime and the heavy traffic passing through our District. More than ever in these difficult times, it is vital to ensure that the Council delivers value for money.