• Chairman

Graham Davison


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


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.



Oakridge Park Ward

Ann Ronaldson


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.

Muhammad Abid Anwar


Bradville Ward

I have been a local resident of Bradville since December 2014, before moving to Bradville I lived in Wolverton for fourteen years. I am a trained Advocate from the High Court in Pakistan and achieved a Master of Law from Bedford University.

Being a Parish Councillor, my aim is to use my qualifications, experience, and passion to be an effective advocate for the residents and to participate in all council activities.

Peter E Kirkham


Bradville Ward


I have lived in Bradville since 1975 and a member of the Stantonbury Parish since 2015. I wanted to become a Parish Councillor because at the time, I knew I was nearing retirement and needed something to fill a little of my time up with and as I have always had an interest in the local community, I thought there was no better way than to get involved with local issues.

Being one of the Parish Councillors for the Bradville Ward and living in the ward as well gives me the incentive to try and do as much as I can. As a Parish Councillor, I’ve been asked to deal with grant applications, problems caused by trees, sit on the Neighbourhood Plan committee, look into planning applications, and of course deal with issues that involve the Milton Keynes Council. Currently, we are focusing on vehicles parking on green areas, fly tipping, litter, general parking, North Bradville estate, Bradville Road play area, Bradville Road Redway security, and general streetlighting. If you have any issues with the above list, please do not hesitate to make contact with the Parish office.

Sara Agintas


Bradville Ward

I have lived in Milton Keynes since 1984 and have 6 children who have all grown up here. I’ve been a Parish Councillor for Bradville since 2011, and can often be seen flying around the Parish on my mobility scooter or litter picking the Bradville area. I have also run a few very successful coach trips for the Parish.

I enjoy meeting people and helping when and where I can. I like giving information and advice to those who need it within our community.

Carol Northwood


Stantonbury and Linford Wood Ward

My family grew up in Statnonbury and thus the neighbourhood is very close to my heart. I can frequently be found down at the allotments spending time planting, watering, and tending to our plot. I enjoy walking around the Redways, there’s so many places you can go! I’ve lived in the Parish for 40 years and looked after the Stantonbury Campus as a school governor for 12. I’ve always had some involvement in the community. Now that I am retired, I have even more time to devote to making my community. I became a parish councillor to be more involved in my Parish.

I believe that Stantonbury and Linford Wood, my ward, should be doing more for our youngsters. A community is not just the adults who can attend meetings and contact the council with comments – children and young adults are just as much our community and we should be working for them, too. If you have any suggestions about things we can do in Stantonbury or things you need sorting in my Ward, please do not hesitate to contact me via the Stantonbury Parish Council office.

Sandra Kennedy


Stantonbury and Linford Wood Ward

Born in Liverpool, and a retired teacher, I have lived in the “white houses” on Stantonbury for over 35 years and have been a Parish Councillor since 2004. I have two sons and two grandchildren, all grown up. I have been a Governer at Wood End School for 19 years and am also involved in the Pre School and Children’s Centre.

I am a committed Christian and one of the Leadership Team and Christ Church. I belong to RAFS (both the current Association and the original 90s version) and have roles in the Community Play Project, Age UK Friendship Centre, and ABRA. When not working for the community, I like to relax by exploring the narrow locked parts of the canal system on my small narrowboat Starlight.

Bancroft Ward: Malcolm Millen

Bancroft Park and Blue Bridge Ward: Linda Morgan

Bradville Wards: Sara Agintas, Muhammad Abid Anwar, Peter E Kirkham, and Ann Ronaldson

Oakridge Park Ward: Vacancy

Stantonbury and Linford Wood Wards: Graham Davison, Sandra Kennedy, and Carol Northwood

If you wish to contact any of our councillors, please call the office at 01908 227201, email us at info@stantonburyparishcouncil.org.uk, or come and talk to us at 126 Kingsfold, Bradville, MK13 7DX Monday to Friday between 9am-4pm.

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