Meet the Council
Ivan comes from one of the oldest families in the parish and has lived here since 1951, being born in Hollybush Lane. He has been in the motor trade for most of his life and currently runs a family business with his son, JCMotorwise Ltd, which is located on the A4 Bath Road. Ivan is married to Julia and they have two children. Ivan joined the council in 2009.
Roger has lived in both Ufton Nervet & Sulhamstead since 1951. He is retired, with a background in Mechanical Engineering, Quality Control and Safety & Environmental Managment. He has served on the council since 2000 and has strong feelings regarding fly tipping, litter and gravel extraction in the Parish and is supportive of environmental issues. Roger is married with two children, two grandchildren and enjoys gardening, DIY and motorcycling.
Richard was born in Englefield and has lived in Ufton since 1972. He joined the council in 2009 after working on the Parish Plan. He is a freelance author on transport and logistics. Having served in the T.A. since 1974 he retired in 2012 after a period serving with the Regular Army in various formation headquarters, including 4 years as the Deputy Joint Regional Liaison Officer responsible for the planning & provision of military support to civil authorities in emergencies. Richard is keen to ensure that the area retains its rural character with the minimum of new building, careful consideration of the impact of development on existing infra-structure and sensible restraints on traffic.
Teresa moved to Sulhamstead Abbots in 1997 and has two daughters who both go to local schools in the Parish. She set up a Design Consultancy Partnership with her husband Martin in 2001 based from home and started the SUN Business Group for local businesses in 2007. She has served on the council since 2007 and is concerned with local issues such as Fly Tipping and Litter and wants to try to maintain the beauty of the parish as much as possible.
Fiona moved to Ufton Nervet with her husband in 1999. After 28 years in the food industry she has recently started a business called Berkshire Lifestyle Concierge. Fiona's 2 boys attend local schools, so she chairs the PTA at the Willink and is involved with Burghfield Scouts. She loves the countryside she lives in and would like to see it preserved for generations to come.
Keith has lived in the area since 1975. He became Councillor for Sulhamstead Ward in 2000, the Deputy Leader of the Conservatory Group in 2003, the Executive Member for Planning and Transport in 2005 and Chairman of West Berkshire Council in 2008/09. Keith is also a school governor for St Bartholemew's in Newbury.