Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Prospective councillor - Pam Phillips

I HAVE lived in Henley for 42 years and have three children who all attended

I HAVE lived in Henley for 42 years and have three children who all attended local schools and The Henley College.

I started my career as a teacher, then worked in human resources for multinational companies for 20 years before becoming an HR consultant. I am now retired.

As a founding member of HRG, I was first elected to the town council in 1991 and served for eight years. My greatest personal satisfaction was when the Citizens Advice Bureau was moved into new accommodation, which better reflected its value to the town.

I was delighted to be  re–elected in 2011 and honoured to be selected as mayor. This was a great privilege and pleasure. I have chaired the town and community committee and the Old Fire Station Gallery working group. I am a member of  the finance and the traffic advisory committees as well as Henley in Bloom, Christmas Festival the HIT Litter campaign and town team working groups, the Henley/Bled Twinning Association, the Over–60s Club management team and the Allotments Association.

I love Henley and its people. We have a wonderful community created by our residents and I want to listen to their needs and work on their behalf. I have the energy, enthusiasm, commitment and passion to continue working hard for Henley.  





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