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Cranleigh Rural Ward
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Liz has lived in Cranleigh with her family since 1992. She became a ParishCouncillor in May 2015 and a Borough Councillor in Dec 2016. Always actively involved in the community as a keen volunteer, in her early days she was Chair of the Friends of St Cuthbert Mayne Primary School, where both her, now grown-up, sons attended, and also Chair of Cranleigh Rugby Club (Mini and Junior sections). She managed Surrey girls' rugby and was actively involved in RFU initiatives to expand participation in sport for young people across the county. She has taken an active role in many local campaigns and was a founder member of Cranleigh Civic Society. She is passionate about empowering young people to become involved in local decision making and helped set up the Cranleigh Youth Council. More recently she spearheaded the Friday Night Project Youth Club and Chairs the Centenary Garden Working Party and Neighbourhood Plan Committee.
Cranleigh West Ward
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Angela has a background in Investment Banking Operations and has lived locally with her husband and three school-aged children for 8 years. She serves as a School Governor, Chairman of a School Fundraising Committee and is actively involved in local Amateur Dramatics. Angela values the unique qualities and characteristics of Cranleigh Village. She looks forward to assisting on the Neighbourhood Plan Committee and working as part of a dedicated team serving the residents of Cranleigh.
James has lived in Cranleigh for over forty years, attending school in Cranleigh and later going on to university to study biology and then law. James is married to Gayle and they have two young daughters who both attend school locally. James runs a small business based in Cranleigh and he is very interested in nature and the environment, as well as science and politics. James often escapes the pressures of a busy work and family life in his garden, where he has for the past couple of years kept bees, and where he can often be found enjoying a cup of tea and eating honey on hot buttered toast! James saw the chance to join Cranleigh Parish Council as an opportunity to become more involved in local matters affecting Cranleigh.“Our village is set to grow and change enormously within the next few years and Cranleigh Parish Council is working hard to try to ensure that those changes do not adversely affect the residents or the facilities available to the residents of Cranleigh. I am pleased that I have been allowed the opportunity to be more involved, and hopefully I can be instrumental in supporting residents and making Cranleigh an even better place to live and work now, and for future generations”.
Cranleigh East Ward
Rosemary moved to Cranleigh with her husband and four children in 1974. All of her children attended local schools and now four of her grandchildren are currently attending the same schools. Rosemary taught science at Glebelands for 26 years and she continues to teach with Surrey County Council. As a member of the Cranleigh Baptist Church, she organised, with her husband, an open youth club for 7 to 11 year old children for a number of years. Rosemary and her family chose to live in Cranleigh because it offered a good variety of shops, a village hospital, good schools and excellent recreational facilities, but retained its village character, surrounded as it is by superb countryside.
Richard has lived in Cranleigh for 12 years. He works as a space research scientist for University College London at a laboratory in Holmbury St Mary. He is currently a member of the Finance and Planning Committees. Apart from serving on Cranleigh Parish Council for four years he has also served as Parish and Borough Councillor for a village in the Midlands. He and Sally have two children who both attended school in Cranleigh.
Cranleigh North Ward
Mary has lived in Waverley for 17 years and moved to Cranleigh in 2006. She has worked as a councillor for eight years, four years as a town councillor for Haslemere and four years as a Waverley Borough councillor. Married to Stefan for 23 years and has two grown up sons. Mary enjoyed a career in the NHS for more than sixteen years, working at a number of hospitals including Cranleigh Hospital and Farnham Road Hospital in Guildford. As well as being a keen gardener, Mary's main interests are in serving the local community, in particular supporting the youth; she was treasurer and managed a youth boys football teams for 8 years as well as setting up and managing a girls' football team. Mary was chairman of Sport Haslemere and a school Governor at Graywood school. She is enthusiastic about preserving the local environment, animal welfare and trains and works, with dogs of any size, breed age, specialising in dogs with behavioural problems. Mary feels privileged to live in the beautiful village of Cranleigh and plans to continue work to support the local community.
Brian moved to Cranleigh three years ago from Ewhurst. Almost as soon as he moved he found himself facing an overwhelming and inappropriate planning application on his doorstep, which would have blighted the quality of life of more than a hundred residents. As a result of organising a successful campaign to stop this development Brian was elected as an independent councillor by the ward in which he lives. He currently has the honour of serving with a group of talented and dedicated people in the planning committee, as chairman. In normal life Brian is a feature film producer.
I've lived in and around Cranleigh for over 52 years, growing up and attending schools in Cranleigh East. At school, I was a keen football player for Glebelands, Ewhurst boys club and played for various other clubs around the village until I was 30. I then took up competing in nationally organised half marathons and training in the gym and along the Downslink, running with my dog Taz. I have owned and run businesses in Cranleigh and participated in local charitable events since the age of 10. My first being a 20 mile sponsored walk to help fund the building of Cranleigh Leisure centre. Having learned of the current planned growth for Cranleigh and surrounding villages and having been around to witness the effects of the growth of Cranleigh during the 60's and 70's, I have been working hard with local Groups over the last 5 years to persuade planning decision makers of the necessity of paying attention to flood risks and the damage causes to the local environment, business and quality of life in general when the associated infrastructure for house building is not properly included in the development plans. As a Councillor I will continue working to protect Cranleigh's local environment and village feel.