The Parish Council

6 Councillors for the Southfleet East and Southleet West parish were elected uncontested on Thursday 7th May 2015

 

Chairman
Mrs Noreen Salway

Noreen has lived in the area for 57 years and has been a Councillor for 45 years. She is interested in protection of the Green Belt, Countryside and ensuring development is sympathetic to the rural area.

Vice Chairman
Ian Brown

Ian would like to maintain the character of the parish; protecting it’s rural setting. His 2 children attended Sedleys School and he has been a Governor at the School. He would like to contribute to encouraging community spirit and look to a secure future. He looks forward to serving the Parish Council for the first time

 

Mr Les Tomkins

Les has lived in the parish for 15 years and has been a Councillor for 12 years. He fully suppports protection of the Green Belt and the rural enviroment. Les would like to ensure the roads are made safe for pedestrians and cyclists.

 
 
 
Councillor
Mr Cliff Willis
 
Cliff has lived in the parish for 13 years and has been a Councillor for 4 years. He has an interest in the built environment including planning and development. As a Chartered Surveyor, he has specialist knowledge and skills to benefit the parish.
 
 
 
 
Councillor
Pauline Tester
 
Pauline has lived in the parish for 42 years, and is involved in many charity and community organisations. She is against over development in the Green Belt. Pauline frequently litter picks around the parish, whilst walking her dogs.
 
 
 
Councillor
Susan Carter
 
Susan has lived in the parish for 26 years and was brought up in Gravesend. She ran a a local business for 36 years and now has more time to get involved in local affairs. She looks forward to serving the Parish Council for the first time. Susan enjoys UK travel, music, local history, gardening, walking, reading and writing.
 
 
 
 
If you would like to contact any of the Councillors please email the clerk