County Councillor for Cookley, Wribbenhall and Wolverley
District Councillor for Wyre Forest Rural
I have served on WFDC since 2010 having initially represented Blakebrook and Habberley Ward until 2014, then the Wyre Forest Rural Ward from 2015. I joined the District Council’s Cabinet in 2012 and was appointed Deputy Leader in 2015 till 2019. I am Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group.
District Councillor for Franche and Habberley North
Parish Councillor for Wolverley and Cookley
As a lifelong Kidderminster resident, I have always had the best interests of my home town close at heart. For just over 25 years I have been a member of the Scout Association and I currently manage my scout group based on Offmore as well as caretaking the group based in Franche.
I am Alan Sutton, born in Stoke-On-Trent in 1968 to working class family, with traditions of working in the local industries of coal mining, steel and pottery production. Raised in Macclesfield by my mum, the back bone and foundation of my upbringing.
My parents moved to Bewdley on the Rock Parish border, just before I was born and I have never left. As Bewdley is such an amazing place to live, I am now raising my three boys here along with our puppy, Lyla.
I have lived in our riverside town of Bewdley for over 10 years and currently work for a local sports car maker. Before my time in automotive I served our nation for 22 years in the armed forces as both a young enlisted sailor and retired as an Officer.
At the 2nd March meeting of the cross party Overview and Scrutiny Committee, councillors considered a report from the Leader of the Council, Independent Cllr. Helen Dyke and Deputy Leader of the Council, Independent Cllr.
I just wanted to update all of the local residents who I serve that I will be attending the Public Inquiry in respect of the Lea Castle Quarry on Tuesday 28th February and have registered to speak in the afternoon session to repeat the objections and representations I made when the matter was con
Leader of the WFDC Conservative Group Cllr. Marcus Hart says, “We are proposing an alternative to the Labour/Independent/Green led Council’s budget as we believe there is a complete lack of ambition and it is does not deliver on the services important to local residents.
I have been out in Churchill today looking at highways issues on Stakenbridge Lane, in particular meeting with local residents at Stakenbridge Farm and seeing myself the recent damage following a road traffic collision.