I HAVE lived in Henley for 18 years, having graduated from Northumbria University with a degree
I HAVE lived in Henley for 18 years, having graduated from Northumbria University with a degree in sports science and management.Â I have worked for three international technology companies since graduating.
I am a familiar face at Henley Rugby Club, having played almost 300 games for the Hawks, and following my retirement I re–invigorated the veterans team and have coached and managed the development team.
Being a keen sportsman, I am focused on the benefits that exercise and activity can bring to everyone in Henley, whether you’re an Olympic athlete, a parent who wants to get back to the team sports you played at school or a youngster who wants to try something new.Â
I am determined that through the town council’s efforts everyone in Henley gets the most out of its open spaces and is able to exercise in some top–class sports Â facilities.
Living with my young family in Henley allows me to see every facet of the town and I enjoy meeting the wide range of people who live and work throughout the town and surrounding countryside.Â As a prospective councillor, I am well placed to listen and learn from fellow residents and represent these views on the council.