Councillor Andrew Cook was elected as a County Councillor in May 2017 for Herne Bay East. He is one of three representatives of Heron Ward, Herne Bay, on Canterbury City Council. As a local businessman for some 30 years and a member of the Pier Trust Andrew is passionate about Herne Bay where he lives with his wife and family. Please click on Councillor Cook's name to find out more and how you can contact him.
Councillor for Heron WardCouncillor Joe Howes currently serves as one of three Councillors for Heron Ward, Herne Bay.In his spare time he is an enthusiastic member of the Herne Bay Pier Trust and is actively involved in his local community.If you live in Heron Ward and would like to contact Councillor Howes, please use the details below-
Councillor for Herne & BroomfieldCouncillor Sharon Sonnex has represented Herne and Broomfield ward since May 2007. Sharon is Chairman of the Housing Appeals and Benefits committee of Canterbury City Council and also serves on Licensing Committee. Outside of the Council Sharon lives with her husband, is an extremely proud mother to her adult son and currently works at a secondary school in Canterbury.Sharon is also a known dog lover and can often be seen around her local area lead in-hand!
Councillor David Thomas was elected in May 2015 and represents Heron Ward alongside Councillor Joe Howes and Councillor Andrew Cook. David currently sits on the planning committee at Canterbury City Council. He is self employed and runs his own garden maintenance business. In his spare time David likes to keep fit and has a passion for martial arts. Click on Thomas' name to find out more and how you can contact him.
Councillor Stockley represents the Beltinge Ward in Herne Bay alongside his wife, Councillor Jeanette Stockley. Following his studies at the British horological institute, Ian was a self employed full-time clock repairer for 16 years. Please click on Councillor Stockley's name for more information and how to get in contact with him.
Councillor Stockley was elected in May 2015 and represents the Beltinge Ward and is the current chairperson for the Standards Committee at Canterbury City Council. Prior to being elected Jeanette was a Teaching Assistant at a Grammar School in Thanet for 10 years, but is now employed full time within her husband's business as well as a Trustee for the Herne Bay Pier. Click on Councillor Stockley's name to find out more and how to contact her.
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