Councillors

Councillors

Chairmans

Graham Davison
Chairman

Stantonbury and Linford Wood Ward

I’ve been a long term resident in the Parish (since 1972) and became a Parish Councillor to make sure we, as residents, are fairly represented. I’m married, live and represent Stantonbury and Linford Wood on the Parish Council. My interests are ballroom dancing, magic, reading, and keeping fit. I intend to follow my other interest of fishing.

Vice Chairman

Linda Morgan
Vice Chairman

Bancroft Park and Blue Bridge Ward

I was originally a Geordie but moved to Milton Keynes in 1978. I was elected to be a Councillor in 2015 but have lived in the Bancroft/Blue Bridge area for over 40 years. I work with the Parish Council on various joint events with the Roman Park Residents Club for whom I am Chair of the Trustees.

Councillors, by Ward

Malcolm Millen
Councillor

Bancroft Ward

I joined Stantonbury Parish Council as the Councillor representing the Bancroft ward in April 2018. I have lived in Bancroft since 2012 and feel very honoured to now be able to serve the community in which I live. From my own personal perspective, I believe that we as a community need to reflect and preserve the original vision for Milton Keynes and protect our open spaces and natural parklands, as these are areas that are vital to combat pollution and enhance our general well-being.

I am very approachable and keen to make a difference for all of us, so please do not hesitate to speak to me if you see me out and about. I can only help if I am made aware of your views and concerns. You can also get ahold of me by email posted above or through the main Stantonbury Parish Council Office.

cllrmalcolmmillen@stantonburyparishcouncil.org.uk


Vacancy
Councillor

Oakridge Park Ward


Ann Ronaldson
Councillor

Bradville Ward

Lived in many places in the UK including Scotland and the Shetland Isles, but I have lived in Bradville for over 38 years . We have twin boys and one of whom still lives here in Bradville. Most people will have seen me walking my fur-baby who is over 15 years old. He is partially sighted and has selective hearing.

I am still working full-time, so being a parish councillor can be challenging in terms of time, (there is lots and lots of reading as a parish councillor).

I think helping people is one of the most rewarding things to do. Not because of any financial gain but just for how it makes me feel. My wish is to do more for the community we live in. As an ABRA member we have a group called ‘PRIDE IN BRADVILLE’ I want to be proud of where I live and in the whole of Stantonbury Parish Council and I am doing everything I can to achieve that.


Ann Ronaldson
Councillor

Bradville Ward

Lived in many places in the UK including Scotland and the Shetland Isles, but I have lived in Bradville for over 38 years . We have twin boys and one of whom still lives here in Bradville. Most people will have seen me walking my fur-baby who is over 15 years old. He is partially sighted and has selective hearing.

I am still working full-time, so being a parish councillor can be challenging in terms of time, (there is lots and lots of reading as a parish councillor).

I think helping people is one of the most rewarding things to do. Not because of any financial gain but just for how it makes me feel. My wish is to do more for the community we live in. As an ABRA member we have a group called ‘PRIDE IN BRADVILLE’ I want to be proud of where I live and in the whole of Stantonbury Parish Council and I am doing everything I can to achieve that.

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