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was commissioned into the Royal Engineers and subsequently joined Marks &
Spencer where he had a wide
variety of management roles.
Alan and his wife Annie moved to Devon in 2002 and to Budleigh
Salterton in 2004.
Alan believes strongly in supporting the efforts of local people and
will work hard to support initiatives like the East Budleigh shop. He
recognises that a viable local economy is essential in providing
Alan will ensure that local views are properly represented in the local
Councils and will fight to ensure that future development in East Devon does
nothing to spoil the character of the Town, the surrounding villages or the
countryside within the Ward.
an established Councillor on both District and Town Councils.
Steve is the lead Council member in the Police
Liaison Group and has been active in addressing anti-social
behaviour at the Normans Play area and Jubilee Field. He is also Vice Chair of
the Chamber of Commerce. Steve has been
successful in securing continued funding for the beach outfall which is
critical in preventing flooding in Granary Lane and at the Cricket Club.
Steve believes strongly in a thriving local economy and
energetically supports the development of affordable housing.
All developments must reflect the character and ethos of the rural
as a Chief Superintendent from the Thames Valley Police and since then has
worked for government security organisations and a volunteer welfare officer
with the Royal British Legion.
has been a Budleigh Town Councillor since 2007 and became Chairman last year.
As well as his involvement in setting up and now the management of the
Budleigh Youth Club, Tom is also a
member of the Football and Cricket Clubs and values the part they play in
developing young people. He also played an important role in the organisation
of the first Budleigh Literature Week.
If elected Tom will ensure that all sections of our community have a voice in
the affairs of the District Council.