The Staffing Committee has delegated authority to consider issues, make enquiries and make responses on behalf of Bracknell Town Council in respect of the areas for which it has responsibility, including to the staff establishment, job descriptions, pay scales, personnel policies , training and other terms and conditions where appropriate.
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Chris TurrellI’ve been on Bracknell Town Council since 2000, and have been Leader of the Council since 2004. I also chair the Strategy & Finance and Staffing committees.
I am keen to see the Town Council keep up its high standards of maintenance for the parks, play areas and other facilities in its care. Recently, these have included new water supply to Glenwood allotments and refurbishment work on Oareborough play area.
I want the Town Council to continue to offer residents in Harmans Water the best possible service and value for money, and to maintain its grant support for local groups.
I work locally for a major hotel group, and have lived in Bracknell since 1993.
I am also Executive Member for Planning and Transport on Bracknell Forest Council.
With my fellow councillors, we hold regular monthly surgeries and produce regular In Touch newsletters.
Ian KirkeI believe that I can continue to make a positive difference to the continued wellbeing of Bullbrook. It has a host of treasured public spaces that make it a brilliant place to live in, an observation I can vouch for since becoming a Bullbrook resident in 2004. However, its continued security and safety requires an active layer of local government. The position of Town Councillor is vital to maintaining this position and I will be able to continue to fully support this process. In my previous life in the Police, initially as Priestwood beat constable then latterly as a senior officer I was accustomed to working alongside residents and have experience of partnership working. A widower and proud Dad of two, my daughter is an events executive in Australia and my son is a Barrister, my work life balance, as Managing Director of a leading risk consultancy, will allow me to invest the appropriate time to fulfil the role. A Law graduate with a Master’s in criminology I have a keen interest in community safety, restorative justice, and mediation. I remain loyal to my roots as an avid Notts County fan.
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Isabel MattickWith my family I moved to Bracknell in 1972 and I was first elected to Bracknell Town Council in 1976. I currently sit on the Strategy and Finance and Staffing Committees. Bracknell Town Council has consistently maintained high standards.. The value and importance of these facilities are much appreciated by local people and I will work to ensure that this continues.
I am involved with health related matters and sit on several committees. My particular interest is mental health and the care given to both those suffering and their carers, I am one of the founder members of Ascot Area Alzheimer’s Support Group. I am very proud to be the Chairman of a Disabled Sports Club.
I am a member of 2 local Community Associations, a member of Frimley Park Hospital Dementia Group. Local communities are important and I will continue to support residents in partnership with my colleagues.
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Malcolm TullettSince leaving the Fire and Rescue Service, as a senior officer, I have owned and continue to run my own company, which employs local people and provides risk management and occupational safety advice and support services.
I have been a Justice of the Peace for over 30 years. With a 17-year-old son, I also tend to be kept fully up to date with the issues of relevance to young persons and believe, passionately, that we should have more for our young people to do. I support the provision of the forthcoming youth hub, in the town centre.
I have been fortunate to have been both a Borough and Town Councillor since 2015. I have served on a number of committees, panels and public-facing forums. I have also been heavily involved in both the World War One centenary commemorations at North Lake, South Hill Park, and the building of the new Great Hollands Pavilion, now completed and ready for use.
I want to become your councillor so that I can use my skills, to be your voice in the right places and drive well-managed change, to make sure that Old Bracknell remains such a great place to live.
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Gill BirchI have been proud to represent Birch Hill since 2000. Birch Hill has its own spirit which is vibrant and caring
We are fortunate to have South Hill Park. My grandson Leo (7), loves the park and the lakes. Hedgehog Park is his favourite play area and I have encouraged and supported the continued improvements.
The play area at Barry Square is soon to be taken over by the Town Council from BFC and I will press for improvements.
I have worked to improve car parking at South Hill Park for main events. I secured funding for signs directing cars to the parking at Leppington. I also worked with South Hill Park to get the markings on the car park repainted.
Now retired from teaching, I was a governor of Birch Hill School and I am still a governor of The Pines School, so I stay in touch with parents and children.
I was delighted to organise the art and poetry competitions to commemorate the centenary of the end of WW1. Over 300 poems were entered for the competition and the highlight was a recording of the winning 14 children’s poems being played at North Lake Field.
All the schools had a recording given to them. The art exhibition at SHP had 84 entries which were outstanding and a delight to view and I was thrilled that the overall winner for the Junior schools was from The Pines.
I pledge to work hard to keep Birch Hill a great place to live, work and play.
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Michael SkinnerI have lived in this area nearly all my life and have seen many positive changes in the Town. As an Ex- Board Member of Silva Homes, I have a great understanding of the issues local people face and I feel it’s important to try and help others gain the best possible quality of life. I’ve been a Bracknell Town Councillor for the past 8 years. I believe it’s vital we all get the best value for money for the things we all rely upon from our parks and open spaces through to schools, health facilities and our other recreational services.
I live in Hanworth and I want to help the people of Hanworth have their say.
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Danielle TurnerI have lived in Bracknell Forest for most of my life and moved to Crown Wood 11 years ago. My two youngest children are pupils at Crown Wood Primary School, so as a family we spend a lot of our time in the local parks and green spaces.
We are so lucky to live in one of the most beautiful areas in the country and I am committed to ensuring this continues for future generations, working with residents to improve on this wherever possible.
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Mary TempertonI have now served on Bracknell Town Council for over 30 years. I am proud of our superb play areas and well maintained recreation grounds. I am also proud of the fact that we still employ our own workforce - who take pride in maintaining the highest standards.
Bracknell Town Council has taken over responsibility for Bracknell in Bloom, organising the Celebrating Woods day and the Teddy Bears\' Picnic.
I will continue to ensure everything the council does is of the highest standard and for the benefit of all.
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Ash MerryI am very fortunate to have lived in Harmans Water ward for 25 years. I came here as a 30-something-year-old new mother in 1993. My daughter has been brought up here and schooled locally. I served as an Army Officer for 8 years and have always had a strong sense of duty and a willingness to play an active part in my community.
I have had a successful career running my own business and working for others in the profit and non-profit sector. I have seen and experienced life from many perspectives, which I believe has enabled me to support residents, and ‘do my bit’ to strengthen a very special community. I am delighted to be closely involved in initiatives to support military personnel, veterans and their families.
I was privileged to be the Deputy Bracknell Town Mayor and Bracknell Town Mayor in 2015 and 2016. In this capacity and with my Consort and fellow councillor, Isabel Mattick, we were able to recognise and thank many of the fabulous volunteers who make a daily difference to so many lives.
Michael TitheridgeMy name is Michael Titheridge. I am 44 years old. I moved to Bracknell with my lovely wife Sally in 2009.
We initially lived in Bullbrook before moving to our current home in Priestwood where we are very happy.
I grew up in a small village near Guildford in Surrey where I loved the freedom of the peaceful open spaces and wooded areas and sense of community, some of the things my wife and I love about Bracknell. There are many places to enjoy and Sally and I are often out walking or cycling.
We are both keen gardeners and enjoy working our allotment in Anneforde Place and sharing our harvests with our friends and neighbours.
I genuinely care about our community. If elected, I look forward to finding out more about it and to meeting and helping residents.
I would like to foster a spirit of goodwill and togetherness, ensuring that no-one was lonely and that the elderly feel safe and secure, and also to protect our green areas and environment and tackle anti social behaviour.