Councillors’ Details

Nigel Noon

Chairman

I have had family connections with Perry since 1981 and moved here to run the village shop and Post Office with my wife Wendy in February 2003. I joined the Council in November 2009 and was elected Chairman in 2015. As Chairman I have a duty to ensure the Council meetings run smoothly, that all business is correctly considered and that all attending Councillors and members of the Public who wish to speak can do so.

Tel: 01480 810368

Email: clerk@perryparishcouncil.org.uk

Address: 8 The Drive, Perry

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Mark Fowler

Councillor

Tel: 01480 819312

Email: mark.fowler@perryparishcouncil.org.uk

David Prew

Councillor

Myself and my wife became Parish Councillors in May 2015, and have been village residents for 7 years. My goals on the Parish Council are to help move forward the community spirit, maintain and improve the local amenities and landscape, and help with future village events. I love the local surroundings including the cycleway, wildlife around the village, and mostly the wonderful villagers we have met.

Tel: 01480 700952

Email: david.prew@perryparishcouncil.org.uk

Address: 1 Lymage Road, Perry

Emma Prew

Councillor

I have lived in the village for over seven years now and decided to become a councillor to be apart of goes on within Perry. Perry is a lovely, happy place and, as a result my family and I love living here. I have been involved with organising the defibrillator which the parish council bought, this is sited at the Wheatsheaf pub. There are many super facilities we appreciate and benefit from using them on a regular basis. I am happy to hear from residents to help with village matters.

Tel: 01480 700952

Email: emma.prew@perryparishcouncil.org.uk

Address: 1 Lymage Road, Perry

Jason Harper

Councillor

I moved to Perry 18 months ago with my fiancé and was pleased to be welcomed into village life after having lived in a fairly large town where I worked as a Project & Programme Management Consultant. Perry is a lovely village set in a fantastic location and I would like to do what I can to contribute to the neighbourhood. I have already volunteered to help with the re-establishment of our Neighbourhood Watch scheme and I am involved in running the monthly village Working Party – please come along, it would be great to meet you!

Tel: 07779 123125

Email: jason.harper@perryparishcouncil.org.uk

Address: 3 Welby Close, Perry

Sheila Brighton

Councillor

I have lived in Perry for over two years and very locally for ten years before that. I think Perry is a beautiful village with a lovely community spirit, lots to offer and a great place in which to live. I have joined the Council in the hope that I can help maintain Perry’s lovely village ethos and keep it the peaceful, friendly place that it is. Having retired in December of last year I now help at Riding for the Disabled two mornings a week. I am on the Committee for Perry W.I.

Tel: 01480 819242

Email: sheilabrighton86@gmail.com

Address: 6 Glebe Road, Perry

Martin Wilson

Councillor

I have lived in the village for five years and prior to becoming a Councillor this year, I was the Council’s Legal and Responsible Financial Officer (Clerk). I was responsible for advising the Council on governance, ethical and procedural matters and for administering its financial affairs. I also implemented the Councils decisions and carried out a range of duties to ensure that matters ran smoothly. I also dealt with all public enquires.  With this experience I believe it puts me in a very good position to be a Councillor and be able to contribute effectively.

Tel: 01480 810978

Email: martin.wilson@perryparishcouncil.org.uk

Address: 19 Ridgeway, Perry

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Richard Winser

Clerk

Tel: 07885 931100

Email: clerk@perryparishcouncil.org.uk

Address: Kingfisher Lodge, 10 Ridgeway, Perry