The Councillors for Sandon Parish Council

Cllr Dee Hyatt

Chair
Cllr Hyatt moved to Howe Green from Surrey in 2012 to live closer to her three grandchildren. She has two grown up sons. She retired from occupation as Facilities Manager of a large company in Croydon in 2011. She was Chairman of a local Park’s Friends group and Governor of a local school. She joined Sandon Parish Council in 2013 as she is interested in all local matters.

Cllr Martin Cross

Vice-Chair
Cllr Cross is Essex born and married with two grown children. He has lived in Howe Green since 1997 and is a member of the Howe Green Community Association committee. He takes an interest in all local matters. He is self-employed so can spare time to serve.

Cllr Ron Bullus

Councillor
Cllr Bullus joined the parish council in January 2013.

Cllr Cedric Calmeyer

Councillor

Cllr Calmeyer has lived in Sandon village since 1998 and joined the Council in November 2013. He is South African by birth, but carries dual South African/British citizenship. He was, for most of his working life, involved in the construction and transport industries. Before emigrating to the UK, he was General Manager of the largest courier company in S.A., employing some 2500 people. Currently semi retired but still very active in his chosen fields. He is married to Margaret and between them have 3 children, 2 of whom still reside, with his 3 grandsons, in South Africa.

Cllr James Colbeck

Councillor

Cllr Colbeck has lived in Sandon with his wife for over 11 years. He joined the Council February 2018 and is currently employed as an Operations Manager for an equipment inspection company. In a previous life, he has been a manager in the NHS as well as an Operations Manager in the hospitality sector.

 

 

Cllr Elaine Williamson

Councillor

Her picture and personal information to follow

The Parish Clerk is Ted Munt. If you would like further information about how to contact him, then please click on the “Contact” tab above.

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