People

Joanne Sexton

Spelthorne Borough Councillor for the Ashford North and Stanwell South ward

Joanne Sexton: I have lived in Spelthorne since 1968 and I have seen this borough transform, I attended The Laurels School in Clarendon Road Ashford where my children also attended, they then moved to Senior School in the borough and still reside here.

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.

Richard Smith-Ainsley

Spelthorne Borough Councillor for the Laleham and Shepperton Green ward

Richard Smith-Ainsley has lived in Charlton Village for nearly thirty years with his wife and son.  He has been involved in community activities for most of this time, and is a long serving governor of Manor Mead School.

Richard Smith

Richard has lived in Spelthorne for over six years. He has three lovely children aged 2, 4 and 11. 
His partner has worked in Ashford for over ten years and she has had family in the borough all her life. 

John Boughtflower

Deputy Chairman (Fundraising and Membership) of the Spelthorne Conservative Association

He is a community activist and councillor.

Contact details:

tel: 07711 661315

 

Denise Turner-Stewart

Denise is the Surrey County Councillor for the Staines South and Ashford West Division

Denise was re-elected to represent Staines South and Ashford West Division in the 4th May 2017 election to Surrey County Council with a majority of 1325.

Richard Walsh

Richard Walsh is the Surrey County Councillor for Laleham and Shepperton

Cabinet Member for Localities and Community Wellbeing on Surrey County Council

Richard was re-elected to Surrey County Council on 4th May 2017 with a 1506 majority 

Buddhi Weerasinghe

Before moving to Halliford last year, Buddhi was a hardworking community activist and a prominent local campaigner in Twickenham. He initiated a project to establish a trade association to help local business community & residents in Heathfield-Twickenham.

Howard Williams

Howard has been Spelthorne’s Cabinet Member for Finance since 2016 and has used his 30+ years of experience in commercial finance to produce significant new income for the borough, so protecting services for residents despite severe cuts in funding from central government.

Graeme Reid

Chairman of the Spelthorne Conservative Association