Meet the Council

David Hannington - Chairman

David has lived in the parish since 1952 and has served on the council since 1985 becoming Chairman some 2 years later.  David is a farmer and is married to Linda. They have three children.  David is also a Parish Council Representative on the Ufton Nervet Fuel Allotment Charity.

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.

Fiona Jones - Clerk

David Brown - Vice Chairman

Dave is a Security Controller/Patroller at Reading University and has lived in the parish since 1990. He has served on the council since 2001. Dave is married with two children. His wife Karen has worked at the local school since 1999, where Dave was a Governor. He was a Parent/Governor until his youngest left, after which he took on the role as Parish Council Representative to SUN school.

Geoff Godwin
Geoff is a representative on the Ufton Nervet Fuel Allotment Charity.

Penee Chopping

Penee has lived in the area since 1975 and spent 11 years serving as the District Commissioner for the South Berkshire Pony Club. Penee has been a councillor since 2005. Penee also serves on the Parochial Church Council and is a governor of SUN school. 

Penee represents the council at the Neighbourhood Action Group

Norman Bagshaw

After a daily commute to London Norman moved to Ufton Nervet upon retirement in 2006 to enjoy the rural nature of this village. He has served for a number of years as a governor at SUN School and as a Parish Councillor since 2015.  Norman believes that Ufton Nervet should be a great place to live whatever your age, and recognises the importance of bringing the community together through village activities.  


Graham Jones

Graham has just joined the council after having his interest piqued by his wife Fiona, who is the Clerk. Graham runs a company which manufactures CCTV cameras. He has lived in the village since 2000 and is interested in preserving the rural nature of the Parish.