Robin Sider

Spelthorne Borough Councillor for the Shepperton Town ward

Robin Sider is a former Regular Army Officer with over 38 years in a  world wide career.

He has represented Shepperton Town since being elected in 1999, and has served on the planning, code of conduct and members development committees, and is the current chairman of the Borough Licensing committee, and the borough's nominated Armed Forces Champion under the terms of the governments Armed Forces Covenant.
 
He was Mayor in 2002 and again in 2012.

Robin has always been involved with the community having been chairman of 1st Shepperton & St Nicholas Scout Group, Chairman of Staines Swimming Club, Chairman of Shepperton Horticultural Association, Chairman of Voluntary Action in Spelthorne, President of Spelthorne Schools Sports Association, President of Spelthorne Multiple Sclerosis Society and President of the Hope Stroke Club.  

He was awarded the British Empire Medal in HM Birthday Honours list in 2014 for his services to the people of Shepperton. He was widowed in the same year. Robin's hobbies are dog training and the community.

Robin was re-elected as a Conservative Councillor for the Shepperton Town ward in the 2 May 2019 local election

Contact details

Tel: 01932 232990

email: cllr.sider@spelthorne.gov.uk

Robin was elected as a Conservative Councillor for the  Shepperton Town Ward in May 2015

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