Marc has lived in Cranleigh for 4 years, along with his wife Fiona. They purchased an old run-down cottage a mile from the centre and have spent the last 3 years sympathetically renovating the property.
Marc works for BT Education and spends a large amount of his time travelling around the UK to work with schools and colleges. He delivers key infrastructure services, safeguarding, IT and hardware - a job he is very proud to be involved with.
Marc works closely with prison services in the Milton Keynes area where 19 prisons are linked into a college. This allows education to be delivered to inmates, enabling them to learn and gain skills to deploy into their lives and future society.
Outside of work, interests include rugby (played for Blackheath RFC at 17 years old) and engineering, a passion which derived from his great grandfather’s lifetime involvement in motor racing and aeronautical engineering. Marc enjoys classic sports cars and anything which has been beautifully designed and made.
Marc is keen to work in the community as a newly elected councillor to make a difference and champion important parish causes with openness, approachability and honesty. His personal ‘hot topics’ are housing and infrastructure impact, recycling, fly tipping and retail challenges in the high street.