Suzanne Brown

Suzanne both lives and works in Marlow. Her working day is split between being the manager at Marlow Age Concern and running her own business.

Suzanne was elected as a Marlow Town Councillor in May 2007 and is currently the Chairman of the Planning Committee.  She also serves as the Council’s representative on the Neighbourhood Action Group, the Town Regatta & Festival Committee, the Town Twinning Association and Citizens Advice Bureau.

Suzanne has helped to conserve our iconic telephone boxes in the High Street is involved with the community in protecting the future of the childrens’ play area in Riley Park. More recently, Suzanne, who cares strongly about our environment, has acquired 105 free young trees for planting in the Marlow parks.

Suzanne became a Councillor because she wanted to give something back to our Town and now seeks your support to continue her work in the community. Suzanne says “Marlow really matters to me”.

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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

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. 

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.

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.

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.

Roger Wilson

Wycombe District and Marlow Town Councillor for Marlow North & WestRoger Wilson, who has lived in the Marlow area for over 40 years, is a widower with three children. He has been a local councillor since 1987 and was previously Chairman of Great Marlow Parish. He has been a member of Marlow Town Council for many years, being the Mayor of Marlow in 2005 and 2010. He is currently Cabinet Member on Wycombe District Council with responsibility for Finance and Performance.

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.

Graham Corney

Graham has lived in Beaconsfield for over 30 years with his wife and 3 children.He has been a Chartered Accountant in practice for forty years and his office is situated in the Old Town. Living and working locally he is in a good position to meet and hear the concerns of people living in Beaconsfield. Graham is concerned about the growth of inappropriate development in the New Town and will fight to protect it’s character.

Philip Bastiman

I enjoy living in Beaconsfield, we share a beautiful town with a great heritage and quality of life. I am standing for the town council to help to preserve our environment and make Beaconsfield an even better place to live. I have a track record as a councillor in Wandsworth where I was responsible for introducing doorstep recycling, providing outstanding Social Services for vulnerable local people and delivering excellent value for money.