People

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.

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.

Santokh Chhokar

BCCA Chairman - elected at the AGM 17.3.17

Santokh Singh Chhokar BSc(Hons), Solicitor(Hons), FRSA

A grammar school educated graduate of London University and qualified as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales.

Ralph Bagge

District and Parish Councillor for Stoke Poges:  Ralph Bagge is a graduate engineer who worked for Mars for six years before becoming a management consultant. He has lived in Stoke Poges since 1995 and both his children went to The Stoke Poges School. Ralph was elected as a Parish Councillor in July 2010 and has played a key role in making Stoke Poges Parish Council more responsive, inclusive and relevant to the needs of all parishioners. He is a trustee of the Village Hall charity and a member of its executive committee. 

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

Alex Collingwood

Alex has lived in Marlow with his family for over 45 years. He is married to Emma, and both their children went to Great Marlow School. He believes in serving the local community. Eight years as a Town Councillor and for the last 22 years as District Councillor. Leader of the District Council from 2011-13, he froze District Council tax for all residents (and this year); introduced glass recycling directly from homes; & the new Sports Centre at Handy Cross. Recently working with local residents to stop Green Belt being developed at Seymour Plain/Oak Tree Road. Currently Chairman of the Budget Task & Finish group.
He is a committee member of The Marlow Museum Trust and as your WDC respresentative, Alex attends meetings of the Chamber of Trade and Marlow International Regatta.  As your Councillor he introduced green re-cycling, the Skate Park, new play area & cafe in Higginson Park; & delivered new pedestrian crossings in West Street, Dean Street and Wycombe Road as well as cycle paths in the town.

Used his ward budget towards:

Marlow Community Association - for Liston Hall improvements
Marlow Sports Club - new hockey pitch
Marlow Youth Centre - new kitchen & climbing wall
This year working to install a new mobile defibrillator.
His hobbies include golf, walking, travel & is a member of the National Trust.

Jackson Ng

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 is currently the Deputy Chair (Political) of BCCA and was previously very active within the Cities of London & Westminster Conservatives (CLWCA). He 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.

Julia Adey

Julia Adey is Wycombe District Council member for The Wooburns ward.

Matthew Bezzant

Matt Bezzant was delighted to have been elected the Conservative Party Councillor in the Burnham Lent Rise, Taplow and Dorney District Council by-election. He is also Deputy Chairman (Finance & Membership) of the Beaconsfield Conservative Association.