I am approachable at any time and I am always keen to listen to people’s views and comments on the best way forward for the community.
I have lived in Donnington since the early 90’s and have been heavily involved in boxing and Scouting.
I joined the council to see if I could help today’s youngsters in any way shape or form; I strongly believe that if we look after today’s kids then we will have a strong community tomorrow
In addition to Council I hold the following offices
President of West Midlands ABA
Auditor of West Midlands ABA
Assistant Secretary of West Midlands ABA
Member of Telford & Wrekin Sports Commission
Member of Scout fellowship
Governor Donnington Wood Primary School
I am one of the longest serving Councillors for Donnington and Muxton Parish Council.
I am also an elected Councillor for Wrockwardine Wood and Trench Parish Council supporting the close links between the two parishes. For over thirty years I have been a member of the Little Theatre Donnington and am currently front of house manager supporting the community with plays, musicals and pantomimes.
I enjoy serving the public to give an excellent service all my working life. I work in retail serving thousands of customers. You are very welcome to contact me via the Parish Council Clerk.
I look forward to hearing from my fellow Donnington residents and intend to help in every way possible.
Born in Lyth Hill, I grew up in Shrewsbury but attended BRJ College in Wellington.
Moving to Telford in 1978 to open and manage a business on the Trench Road, Trench, I have lived here ever since.
In 1994 in joined the Army Base Repair Organisation (ABRO) at Donnington , where I remained until my retirement.
I have a keen interest in and support for the British Army, with my family having a long tradition of service. My son-in-law is currently serving, having already done well over the normal maximum of 22 years.
I am currently the Borough Councillor for St Georges and bring a wealth of experience to the Parish council having served on
I am currently employed by Donnington Partnership Charitable Trust as the Centre Manager at Donnington Community Hub and I love supporting the Community in putting on events and activities at the centre for everyone. I have supported the Donnington & Muxton Voluntary Youth Club, the Dementia café and Babes in the Hub Parent & Toddler Group that run from the Hub.
I am also a FA level 2 volunteer football manager and secretary of Sinclair United Junior football club. Where I live I set up and chair the St Georges Partnership which has meant I have help organise and plan lots of community events , I really hope this experience will help me in supporting and delivering similar events to the community of Donnington & Muxton.
I have lived in Telford my whole life, recently moving to the parish of Donnington & Muxton. I have been a Parish Councillor previously for
I own and operate a small business in Hortonwood with a couple of employees, that my business partner and I built from nothing. I understand how to get value for money, and I will apply my business knowledge to the role and to the Parish Council.
I am available to assist and help any resident of the Parish, in any way I can.
I was was born in Buckie, Banffshire. I moved to Telford over 30 years ago.
Over the years I have been keen to foster good community relationships. In 2015, I was fortunate enough to be elected as a Public Governor, for Midlands Partnership NHS Trust (MPFT). I was re-elected for a second, 3 year term of office in 2018. I have a keen interest supporting those with mental health issues and their carers.
I am new to the ways of a Parish Councillor. However, I believe my role as a Governor will stand me in good stead, as I not afraid to, challenge or question decisions to ensure the needs of the community are heard and met.
I am a trustee of the Telford Mental Health Forum and Co-Chair, a trustee of the Carers Partnership Board for Telford & Wrekin. A Director of Challenging Perceptions, a charity for young people to explore and address mental health issues and wellbeing.
I am looking forward to the new challenge of being a Councillor for Donnington East Ward.
I am originally from Wolverhampton and moved to Telford in 1995, initially in Priorslee then Muxton since 2001.
This is my second term of office with the Parish and I was previously Chairman in 2014/2015 before my colleague Lisa Dugmore.
My background is in Accountancy, I am a chartered Accountant and have had a number of senior jobs in different industries, I currently run my own ICT company in Priorslee.
My interests are looking after the Granville Country Park and keeping the Parish and Boroughs finances under control.
I am always interested to help and assist residents.
I have lived in Muxton for 26 years and brought up my four children here.
My full time profession is as a procurement and commercial consultant for large construction organisations, most prominently HS2, which provides me with a good insight into how companies contracted by Telford & Wrekin council should behave.
I am looking forward to enhancing our community by making our roads safer by working with the Police and Council to enforce the speed limits, improve our footpaths, protect our green spaces, provide more facilities for our children and elderly to use and get better value out of our Council tax contributions.
I am always approachable and willing to listen to anyone’s issues and to help any resident of the Parish, in any way I can.
Born in Fieldhouse Drive in 1974, I am a true ‘Muxtonian’. We are extremely fortunate to live in a historical, low crime, friendly and
My aim is to ensure that any issues or concerns raised in Muxton are dealt with quickly and effectively as well as improving and enhancing facilities for residents. Muxton residents voice is key to progression, and I am always open to ideas and ready to help.
Some residents will know me from the Seabridge Development appeal 2016/2017. I prepared and presented documents to barristers, petitions, walking developers around Muxton, attending residents housing meetings … we won! I do not oppose sustainable and true affordable developments, I oppose over development on our greenspace and I also stand as a member for Parish Planning committee.
Mummy of four and Grandma of one, I’m a Business Development Manager in Education IT and Chair of Lilleshall Pre-School.
I was born and brought up in the local area – I attended St Lawrence School Preston, Charlton School, Wellington and New College,
I moved away with my job in the early 1990s but returned 17 years ago.
I have 3 children and work as a School Business Manager in a special School in Wem. I thoroughly enjoy my job, and have always been a very active participant with my children’s schools serving as Chair of the PTA for a number of years.
I have been a Parish Councillor since 2011 and thoroughly enjoy the many and varied opportunities there are for me to better understand the workings of my local community and how the key stakeholder groups can work together to make real and lasting improvements to benefit everyone.
I have been a Parish Councillor since May 2011 representing Muxton, where I have lived for 17 years I have worked as a Pharmacist for more than 30 years, working all over the UK, and
I am originally from Stafford, and moved to Telford in 2013 with my wife Rachel.
I served 7 years in the British Army in the Royal Corps of Signals, and since leaving due to PTSD after Afghanistan I am now working as an IT Manager.
Since I joined the Parish Council in 2019, I have been the driving force behind the restoration of the Donnington War Memorial, as well as other projects in the local area.
I am always approachable and willing to listen to anybody’s problems and issues.
I was born in 1958 and originate from a village near Wolverhampton. I moved to Shropshire in