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Previously a Kings Worthy resident in the 1970s Stewart has lived in Kings Worthy since 1997 with his wife, Tessa. A civil engineer by profession Stewart worked for Hampshire County Council’s highways team for some 28 years before leaving to join a major international civil engineering company. His career has always been primarily involved with highway issues. Now retired Stewart’s main interests involve gardening, river maintenance and a passion for angling.
Martin grew up in Oxford and attended what was then called Oxford College of Technology studying Catering and Hotel Management. He then spent the next 40 years in hotel management as a General Manager working for Hilton and then Jarvis Hotels. His last full time position was opening a new hotel at Heathrow.

In 1987 he ran the Hilton in Basingstoke hence his move to Winchester.

He is an Honorary Fellow of Thames Valley University and in 2000/1 he was President of the Ealing Chamber of Commerce. Now in semi-retirement, he currently works 3 days a week for Age Concern Hampshire running the Trading office which sells insurance and other products and services for the benefit of the charity.

He has a Spanish wife and they have two children who both live and work in London.

He has spent most of the last year renovating the cottage that he moved into in Abbots Worthy but still finds time to go for walks and the occasional visit to the cinema.
Bob was elected to the Parish Council in May 2010 and has lived in Winchester most of his life, but only moved to Kings Worthy 18 months ago. He spent over 30 years of his career in the transport industry, buses, taxis and coaches, until his recent retirement at 65. At present he works on a part time basis, with HCC as a bus surveyor.

His interests include cooking, F1 motor racing and he is an armchair supporter of Portsmouth FC. He lives with his wife of 19 years Joanna, who is warehouse supervisor for the Naomi House charity in Winnall, they have no children. Bob says that he and Joanna both fell in love with Kings Worthy as soon as they moved in.

He is a member of both the Finance and Planning Committees; Bob says 'as a Parish Councillor he hopes he can be a voice for the people of Kings Worthy.'
Ian joined the Parish Council in early 2008. He has lived with his family, in the village since 1979, having moved from Leatherhead to work for Winchester City Council as an environmental food technician. Having worked for local government for 27 years he then spent time with Southern Tourist Board as a regional inspector until 2001. Currently he is a Quality Assurance Assessor on behalf of Visit Britain.

Ian's interests are gardening and showing dogs with his wife and he has been a Crufts Steward for a number of years. Apart from his work at Crufts, for some 15 years now he has been secretary of the Itchen Valley Training Society, a dog training club, which has operated in the Jubilee Hall for over 50 years. He is also a member of the Jubilee Hall Management Committee.

In past years Ian was the vice-chairman of Winchester Carnival Committee.
Amanda was elected to the parish council in May 2010. She is a member of the Recreation and Amenities Committee and outside of the parish council she is also a member of the Kings Worthy Festival Committee.

Amanda says she joined the parish council to be involved in local affairs.

She was born in Winchester and is married with two sons. She and her family have lived in Kings Worthy for 8 years after moving from Winchester city centre.

Amanda is a dog trainer with links to the South Wonston Dog Training Club and does occasional training sessions for a local vet.
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Judith was elected to the Parish Council in May 2010 and is a recent resident of Kings Worthy, having moved there about three years ago. Originally from Devon she came to Winchester 20 years ago in pursuit of work. She is a tenant of Winchester City Council and an active member of TACT, (Tenant And Council Together) which is the Winchester City Council district-wide tenant and leaseholders forum and support group, with tenants and Council working together. Judith is one of the two Vice Chairs.

She has now been retired almost two years and when time allows enjoys working on her garden. She has two sons, one just retired from active service with the Signals Regiment and the other a Prison Officer, and a daughter who lives and works in Chicago. She has four grand children and a great grand daughter with whom she loves to spend as much time as she can, both in the States and Devon where they now live.

Judith is a member of both Planning and Recreation & Amenities Committees.
Denis is a member of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers and a retired Civil Servant having worked for the Health & Safety Executive for most of his career, holding posts in various parts of the country. His final position was Senior Principal Inspector in Edinburgh with UK responsibilities.

Among his duties was chairing national committees on agricultural chemicals, British Standards and leading delegations to European and International meetings. He retired in 1997.

In 2005 Denis and his wife Anne moved to Kings Worthy. They have two sons and four grandchildren. He is a member of St Mary's Parochial Church Council, a sick person visitor and co-ordinator of the 'Mystery of Christmas' event.

Denis is also Co-ordinator of Kings Worthy Action on Climate Change, and Immediate Past President of Winchester Rotary.
Sarah joined the Parish Council in early 2008 having moved to Hampshire and Kings Worthy in the autumn of 2006 for her husband's work as a medico-legal solicitor.

She was born and brought up in Warwickshire, then moved to Sheffield for University, staying there for over 20 years, training as a doctor and eventually working as a GP partner. Married to John, when their son started school, she became a school governor back in Sheffield. The family quickly made roots down here, being actively involved with Kings Worthy Primary School and the Worthys Youth Football Club. Sarah's main work is currently for BUPA, doing private medical screening, with a strong emphasis on Health Promotion. She also works as a general practice locum throughout Hampshire. Since moving south, she has been keen to be involved in the local community and help contribute to the life of the village. Having a now teenage son, she is particularly keen to promote activities for the young within the parish.
Your Kings Worthy Parish Councillors.

Kings Worthy Parish Council consists of twelve councillors, who stand for four years, after which new elections are held and overseen by Winchester City Council. The last elections for Kings Worthy were in May 2014. In addition to the twelve councillors the role of Parish Clerk is shared.

All parish councillors are required to abide by the Standards Board of England, Model Code of Conduct 2007.

Click here to see the Register of Members' Interests.

Local residents are able to contact the Parish Council with concerns or ideas through the Parish Clerk.

Stewart Newell (Chair) Martin Taylor (Vice Chair) Bob Barnes
Stewart joined the Parish Council in November 2012. Martin joined the Parish Council in 2012 and is a Chairman of the Finance Committee and Communications group. Bob was elected to the Parish Council in May 2010 and is a member of the Recreation & Amenities Committee.

Ian Gordon Mandy Hallisey Dorry Lawlor-Hudson
Ian joined the Parish Council in early 2008. He is a member of both the Planning & Highways and Finance Committees. Amanda was elected to the parish council in May 2010. She is a member of the Recreation and Amenities Committee. Dorry joined the Parish Council early in 2014. She is a member of the Recreation & Amenities Committee and the Communications group.

Karen McCleery Noel McCleery Les Haswell
Karen joined the Parish Council in January 2015. She is a member of the Planning & Highways Committee. Noel joined the Parish Council in January 2015. He is a member of the Finance Committee. Les joined the Parish Council in February 2016. He is a member of the Planning & Highways Committee.

Judith Steventon-Baker Denis Welstead Sarah White
Judith was elected to the Parish Council in May 2010 and is a member of the Planning & Highways Committee. Dennis is a member of the Finance Committee and is also Co-ordinator of Kings Worthy Action on Climate Change. Sarah joined the Parish Council in early 2008. She is a member of the Planning & highways and Recreation & Amenities Committees.