Stone with Bishopstone and Hartwell Logo

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Brian Rogers

Responsibilities: Chairman of the Council and Human Resource Committee. Member of the Finance & Governance and Planning Committees; Provides advice on Grounds maintenance, Devolved Services and Cemetery

Now supposedly retired, I’ve lived in Stone with my wife and occasional nomadic offspring since 2005. A once keen cyclist, walker and allotmenteer, ageing joints have forced me into a more sedentary lifestyle although I try to get around the Parish as much as possible overseeing several of the Parish Council’s Strategic Projects. Still an amateur meteorologist and enthusiastic cook, I now teach people of all ages the techniques of flying using a Chipmunk simulator in the Trenchard Museum at RAF Halton.  My previous involvement in project planning and management allows me to play an active part in the wide variety of Parish Council issues.

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Mark Turner

Responsibilities: Vice Chairman, F&G Committee Chair, HR Committee, IT & Website, HS2 Council Representative

I was originally co-opted to the Parish Council in 2010 and then subsequently re-elected in 2011. I wanted to join the Parish Council as I felt that I could help make a difference and be an active member of our community. As a representative for Bishopstone, I am concerned about the impact that development projects on our side of Aylesbury and HS2 will have on our village. I am also concerned about road safety and maintaining our village amenities.   As a family, we moved to Bishopstone in 2005 after having lived in and around Aylesbury for the last 30 years. I am a consultant Building Services engineer and until recently ran my own practice.  I am now semi-retired.

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Sue Unwin

Parish Clerk

Parish Clerk

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Mark Bale

Responsibilities: Planning Committee Chairman, LAF Representative

I moved to Bishopstone from Stone in 2001, where I lived for 18 years. I am an ex Farmer, DJ and currently run my own IT Business, selling and repairing computers from my office in Bishopstone. I am an active community member, always getting involved with the various activities around the Parish. I am also a school governor at a local secondary school.  I love Motor Racing, especially the Le Mans 24 Hour and Rugby.

 

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Enid Robinson

Responsibilities: Jubilee Pavilion Committee Chair, F&G Committee

 

I have been a resident of Stone for over 11 years, after living in the nearby village of Haddenham all of my life. 12 years an active PC member, I have an active interest in village life and since my retirement I have been co-opted to this Council.  I keep an active interest in the Jubilee Pavilion, War Memorial Recreation Ground, Annual Fete and serve on the Planning Committee.  I have three married children and 11 grand-children, so enjoy a busy family life. I sing with the local choirs and attend village groups.  This is a busy Parish Council and we always endeavour to improve facilities, appearance and the environment.

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Roger Cantle

Responsibilities: Eythrope Cemetery, Devolved Services, Planning Committee, F&G Committee, HR Committee, Pavilion Committee

I have lived in Stone for 20 years and have been on the Parish Council for approximately 15 years.   I am currently working full time as a machine operator.  I cycle regularly around Stone and you will see me from time to time picking up litter from the street and also from around the pond.  I am also responsible for the Parish notice boards.

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George C Lamb

Eythrope Cemetery

Forty years ago I came from North London to work in Aylesbury and I have not moved on from Bucks because I was very happy in my job and in our semi-rural village life. I had worked in Uganda and, after teaching in London and archaeology in Milton Keynes, I became the education officer at the County Museum for 24 years. I was pushed by various friends into school governorship, the church council and the parish council and I have been chairman of the latter for 10 years. I am enthusiastic about history, very recalcitrant with modern technology, still using paper and pen, and a very incompetent allotment holder.

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Gregory Coulthard

Responsibilities: F&G Committee, Grounds Maintenance, Pavilion Committee

Having spent 50+ years in the county of Middlesex, we as a family decided a move to the countryside was long overdue, so we sold up and in late 2016 we finally made the move to the village of Stone.
 
With a background in Finance and Auditing, I felt an ideal way to learn about our new home village and also be active in the community was to join the local Parish Council, and in due course I was co-opted onto the council in November 2017.
 
I have always had an interest in local issues, especially planning and my hobbies include watching sports and membership and involvement with many fraternal organisations.

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Louisa Moreton

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Keith Brindle

Responsibilities: Footpaths

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The Jubilee Pavilion, Stone. Bucks

The Stone Jubilee Pavilion