John Boughtflower

John and his family have lived in Ashford for more than 30 years. A very active local campaigner, John has played a leading role in a number of local clear up projects and community improvement programmes. 

John lives with his wife Susana and daughter Maria, who attends school in the borough. His mother also lives in the Ashford. He has worked his way up from the shop floor to a management role in a national logistics and distribution company.

A lifelong Conservative, John is pro-Heathrow and voted to leave the EU.

John has served as a cabinet member and Chairman of the Heathrow Expansion working group within the council.

“I hope to serve as a borough councilor so I can champion localism and regenerative economic development, for the Ashford East area,” says John.

“I know how important community, family and hard work are, both from my own personal experience and through talking with local residents about what is important to them.”


Contact details:

Mob: 07711 661315


Campaigning in Ashford North with Cllr Colin Daves, John, Cllr Sinead Mooney and the Conservative Candidate for Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, David Munro 


Kwasi Kwarteng MP congratulates John Boughtflower on his by-election win


Spelthorne's concern at Heathrow's parking plans

Under expansion plans for the third runway, Heathrow is proposing to create parking for up to 25,000 spaces in Stanwell, as well as taxi feeds and rentals together with 100 spaces for HGV lorry parking.

Very merry Meals on Wheels

Councillors and London Irish donate gifts for Meals on Wheels customers

Spelthorne Borough Council has been working with local councillors and London Irish Rugby Club to give the Borough's Meals on Wheels customers some thoughtful treats this Christmas.

Local Election Results May 2017

Spelthorne Conservatives have won 6 of the 7 local seats on Surrey County Council - only losing Stanwell to Labour. They also won the by-election for a seat on Spelthorne Borough Council

Ashford Division: Naz Islam won with a 1134 majority 

Very merry meals on wheels

Cllr Maureen Attewell and thirteen fellow councillors* have joined together to donate £2050 from their Better Neighbourhood Grants to fund a selection of gifts which will be given to Meals on Wheels customers in the run up to Christmas and on Christmas Day itself. Spelthorne Borough Council 22/12/2016