Councillors - Gawcott with Lenborough Parish Council

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Alan D White
Alan is Chairman and Clerk of the Parish Council, having been a Gawcott Councillor for 20 years.  He is a retired Chartered Surveyor with a particular interest in planning and transport and ran the Parish Council’s case against HS2’s strategy to use local roads as a major access route during the construction of the rail line. In the last 12 months, Alan has successfully applied for grants to finance new doors at the Village Hall, the All-Weather Pitch fencing and the car park extension at the Playing Field, totalling £50,000.  Alan is secretary to the Village Hall Charity and to the Gawcott Community Group.
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Tony Ulph.
A relative newcomer to the Village only moving to the arear in 2009 ! A semi retired businessman with a background in specialist financing having worked for both corporate and privity equity companies and willing to support the Parish with the challenges it faces.
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Sylvia Burgess
I grew up in Gawcott returning to the village from Buckingham in 2013, married with two grown up sons.  The village is very special to me with many family occasions  held in the church and village hall and  I enjoy being involved in the community.
 

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Tom Goodman.
I was born in Gawcott and have lived in the village for sixty years. I have been a  parish councillor for twenty nine years serving on the playing field committee from the start . I have only missed around ten meetings in all that time and hope I have helped  the parish over this period .
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Tim Dugher.
Tim moved to Lenborough from Milton Keynes in 2002 with his family. He is an engineer by profession, and a  “largely” retired company Director and a keen hobby musician, singing in choirs and a sixties music band . He’s keen to participate in community matters for the good of all.
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