I have lived in Quorn since 2003. I can often be seen around the village walking our dog, Bella, with my wife Sue. I have recently been co-opted to fill a casual vacancy on the Parish Council. I consider it a privilege to serve as a Councillor and welcome being a part of an enthusiastic group of people that make up Quorn Parish Council.

Prior to retirement in 2018 I was a headteacher at a number of schools in Leicester and Derby and spent the last part of my career as an education adviser, Ofsted Inspector and a consultant in school leadership across the East Midlands. Currently I am the Chair of Governors at a school in a deprived area of Leicester.

I think that my experience will be of some value to the Parish Council and I look forward to serving the people of Quorn to the best of my abilities.

Quorn is a great place to live and I want to play a part in maintaining and improving facilities so that residents’ pride in our village continues to flourish.