Darren EllisMay 2015
Harriet GreenMay 2015
I have lived in Whitwell all of my life and, when elected to serve on Whitwell Parish Council in the 2015 election, was completing my A-Level studies. The subjects I studied were Government and Politics, History and English Language.
I am hoping to go to university in September 2015 to study a degree in Politics, subject to my exam results. Having always enjoyed my education and the great experiences it has given me, I aspire to progress from higher education to training for a career teaching in secondary education.
My interests include keeping up with the news and current affairs, along with a keen passion of caring for and working with animals, including horse riding.
I work part time at a local cinema which I really enjoy, especially the aspect of interacting with and helping customers.
I value highly the close community we have in Whitwell and, as one of your parish representatives, endeavour to protect and develop this in the interest of all residents of our village.
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Stuart Maiden40 High Street, Whitwell, S80 4RBMay 1999
Stuart has been a parish councillor since being elected in 1999 and Chair of the Council from 2003-2015.
Viv MillsMay 2003
Viv was elected to first serve the Whitwell Ward at the elections in May 2003.
Tom Munro10 Fox Road, Whitwell, S80 4SA
Labour Party Parish Councillor with 20 years experience including serving as Chair of Whitwell Parish Council in 2000 – 2001 and Vice Chair 2011 – 2013
Currently Chair of the Whitwell and Hodthorpe with Belph Joint Cemetery Committee.
Parish Councillor responsible for footpaths
Chair of the Whitwell Parish Playscheme for 5 years and involvement in play-schemes over the last 30 years including running play-schemes for 10 years as the leader.
37 years as a school governor for Whitwell Primary School, currently Chair of Governors.
Chair of Whitwell 1000 in 1989.
President of Whitwell Cricket Club between 1999 and 2009
Family man with four grown up children and 6 grandchildren
Worked locally throughout North Derbyshire as a teacher of mathematics for 35 years taking retirement from the classroom in 2007.
Throughout this period public examiner in GCSE mathematics for a variety of awarding bodies including spells as a Chief Examiner and Principal Examiner writing examination materials.
Voluntary driver for the NHS hospital car service and volunteer driver for Clowne and District Community Transport.
Volunteer Driver for MySight Notts
Creswell Crags Trust Board member and Trading Company Director
Cricket umpire in the Derbyshire County and Premier League with some ECB appointments as well as an active national umpire for cricket for the visually impaired.
Fixture Secretary and Treasurer of the Bassetlaw and District Cricket League.
Umpire Tutor to national level 1A and Umpire Assessor.
Enjoy reading and live theatre.
Enjoy amateur dramatics and live performances.
Enjoy walking and Chair of Worksop Ramblers.
email@example.com 720812 / 07796 332072
Frank Raspin11 Welbeck Street, Whitwell, S80 4TWMay 2015
Jeanne Raspin11 Welbeck Street, Whitwell, S80 4TWMay 2011
Jeanne has lived in Whitwell for 25 years and has 3 children and 2 grandchildren.
As well as serving on WPS Governors for a total of 23 years, she has worked in local government in communities for 12 years.
She is currently a Community Involvement Worker in a Surestart Children’s centre.
Her interests include art, amateur dramatics and she also enjoys walking.
Sharlene Wale8 Bridge Close, Whitwell, S80 4UG
Sharlene was born in Whitwell and lives and works locally in the local Co-op. She has been a member of the Whitwell Residents Association for over 2 years.
Her hobbies include reading, crosswords, knitting and gardening.