Chairman & Parish Councillor for Brickhill East Ward
(01234) 357 259
20 Nursery Gardens, Brickhill, Bedford, MK41 8DU
Mark has been a councillor on Brickhill Parish Council since it was set-up in May 2004, serving as Chair throughout this period. He had been a member of Brickhill Urban Community Council for a short period leading up to the setting up of Brickhill Parish. He has also been a Borough Councillor representing the Mallard Hill/Brickhill Drive area for eight years, while that area was in De Parys ward.
Mark has lived in Bedford for more than 30 years and works as an IT project manager. His personal interests include conservation, renewable energy and tackling fuel poverty. He served as a school governor for more than 20 years, most recently on Beauchamp Middle School’s governing body.
Vice Chairman, Planning Committee Chairman & Parish Councillor for Brickhill East Ward
(01234) 355 952
15 Dove Road, Brickhill, Bedford, MK41 7AA
Peter is a retired industrial chemist who also worked at the European Technical Centre in St Neots, a division of a US based chemical company originally on research and development but for the final 10 years, as European Technical Co-ordinator.
Peter has lived in Brickhill for 50 years. He joined the Brickhill Urban Community Council in 2000 and was elected as a councillor in 2004 when it became a Parish Council. For the last eleven years he has been the Chair of the Planning Committee.
Since an early age Peter has been interested in sustainable transport – buses, cycling and trains – evolving over the years into environment, road safety and highway infrastructure.
Parish Councillor for Brickhill South Ward
(01234) 295 951
8 Starling Way, Brickhill, Bedford, MK41 7HW
Cathrine Ward I am a parent of two I have a Youth and Community background and in the past I was a governor at Beauchump Middle School.
I am a Parish councillor amd member of the Finance and Personnel Advisory Group because I care about the area I live in and would like to help influence change in my local community.
Parish Councillor for Brickhill Woodlands Park Ward
07891 014 007
118 Ashmead Road, Woodlands Park, Bedford, MK41 7FD
I am a mother of two boys and I have lived in Bedford for the last 26 years. I love Bedfordshire and I think it is a really nice place to bring up our kids.
I am involved in an organisation called Our Minds Matter where we sign post people towards First Aid mental health training. I particularly like this topic as I like to help people who suffer from mental health.
I’ve worked for Bedford Hospital for 19 years and I am now working at MSK on Kimbolton Road. I won the Care And Compassion award in 2017 from Bedford Hospital as well as the High Sheriff Award in 2018 for my work in the community.
Parish Councillor to Brickhill East Ward
(01234) 342 076
30 Waveney Avenue, Brickhill, Bedford, MK41 7EA
Cllr Grant was elected to this position in May 2019. Alastair represents the people of Brickhill East Ward in his capacity as Parish Councillor. He is also a member of the Planning Committee.
Parish Councillor for Brickhill East Ward
(01234) 354 339
39 Larkway, Brickhill, Bedford, MK41 7AA.
Cllr Green was elected to this position in May 2019. Stuart represents the people of Brickhill East Ward in his capacity as Parish Councillor. He also sits on the Planning Committee.
Parish Councillor for Brickhill North Ward
c/o Brickhill Parish Council, St Mark’s Church & Community Centre, Calder Rise, Brickhill, MK41 7UY
Born and raised in Luton, educated locally and at Mander College, moved to Brickhill in 1995, married. Recently took up the offer of early retirement after 41 years in the telecommunications industry. Proud to be a Trade Union member (CWU).
Interests include public transport, industrial history & architecture and politics.
Parish Councillor for Brickhill North Ward
(07512) 008 386
6 Petteril Walk, Brickhill, Bedford, MK41 7XJ
Vince has lived in Brickhill since 1978 and attended the local schools. Since leaving school he has worked for Royal Mail and has been a member of the Army Reserve.
Vince has been active in local politics for a number of years supporting the Liberal Democrats, finally joining the Liberal Democratic Party as a member in 2014.
He is also actively involved with St Mark’s Church, in various roles and a member of our Allotments and Open Spaces Committee