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Worthing Councillors
Tuesday, 20 December 2011 14:08

 

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Steve Waight

Councillor for Goring since 2001

Borough Councillor for Goring

28 Furze Rd,

High Salvington, BN13 3BH

Phone: 01903 692340

Mobile: 07814 099973

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Steve Waight has lived in Worthing since 1984, most of that time in Goring. A graduate in Applied Biology, he started work in the research department of a major UK food company. He then moved into financial services in 1990 and eventually ran his own financial services firm. He has two daughters who both went to school in Goring and one still lives and works in Worthing.

- Elected to West Sussex County Council in 2001 representing Goring. Appointed Cabinet Member for Strategic Planning and the Environment in 2003. Appointed Cabinet Member for Finance and Resources in 2005 until 2008.

- Elected to Worthing Borough Council in 1992 and still serving, representing the Goring Ward. Executive Member for Resources (1999-2002). Appointed Cabinet Member for Business Modernisation in 2008, Cabinet Member for Resources in 2010.

- Member of Sussex Police Authority 2005-2012. Previously Chairman of the Corporate Governance Committee, Chairman of the Resources Scrutiny Committee and vice chairman of the Police Authority. Ex Police Authority Chairman in 2011.

- Member of the Adur & Worthing Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership

- School Governor, West Park First & Middle School from 1993 to 2002.

- Deacon, Maybridge Christian Fellowship 1992 to 1997.  

- Appointed Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner 2013

- Member of the Performance & Finance select Committee

Steve can often be seen walking his dog ‘Jazz’ around Goring and along the seafront.

  

 

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Michael Cloake

 

Councillor for Worthing Pier

 

48 Broomfield Ave

 

Worthing BN14 7RZ

 

Phone: 07866 473037

 

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Website: www.michaelcloake.co.uk

 

 

Michael lives in Worthing with his wife Lara and two children, having been born and raised in the town. A graduate in Classics and English Literature from the University of Exeter, Michael began his career in London and now works in the family outdoor company with stores in Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire.

 

He was elected to Worthing Borough Council in May 2012, and is currently the youngest elected member on the council.

 

Very involved in Worthing, Michael sits on both Planning and Licensing committees, as well as taking an active role in the community. Michael has raised thousands of pounds for children’s charities through various events, including taking part in the now infamous Mongol Rally in 2007 – driving over 10,000 miles from London to Mongolia in an old Ford Fiesta.

 

Michael is sought election to West Sussex County Council because he wants to promote Worthing, and get a fair deal for residents on issues and services that matter. As a Foster Carer, Michael also has a keen interest in the welfare of children looked after by West Sussex County.

Appointed to Children & Young Peoples Services Select Committee in May 2013.

 

Please visit www.michaelcloake.co.uk to read more about Michael.


 

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Elizabeth Sparkes

 

Member for Cissbury Division

 

c/o County Hall, West Street, Chichester, PO19 1RQ

 

 

Phone: 07768 600828

 

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Paul High

 

Councillor for Worthing West

 

23 Compton Ave, Goring, BN12 4UF

 

Phone: 078609 36981

 

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Paul High was born at Worthing Hospital, and has lived and worked in Worthing all his life. He attended West Park Junior School, and St Andrews Church of England Senior School. He is married to Anetta, and has 4 sons.

Paul is a fully qualified NICEIC self employed electrician. He is a stong environmentalist and supporter of local small businesses.

In his younger days he was a keen local sportsman, and played football and cricket for Worthing teams for many years, a tradition being carried on by his sons. Paul and His three eldest sons are season ticket holders at Brighton & Hove Albion and attend all home matches.

Paul is proud of Worthing and supports all projects to secure Worthing as a wonderfull town to reside, and for people to visit and spend recreation time.

He has served as a Worthing Borough Councillor for Heene Ward since 2003, having been successfully elected on four occasions. During that time he has been the Cabinet Member for Culture Leisure & Sports, Chairman of Governance & Audit Committee, served on Licensing, Planning and Standards Committee's, served as a School Governer for Chatsmore High School, a Board Director for Worthing Homes, and a Council appointee to the Worthing Town Centre initiative.

He is currenty the Worthing Chairman of the Joint Overview & Scrutiny Committee, the Chairman of the West Worthing Conservative Association, and the Co-Chairman of the Worthing Borough Group of Conservative Councillors.

Paul says "I feel that I have gained a vast amount of knowledge during my time as a Councillor to be fully able to represent all of the Residents of the Worthing West Division on West Sussex County Council and can assure all of you that I will be fully committed to serving you all to the very best of my abilities."

Appointed to Children & Young Peoples Services Select Committee in May 2013

  

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Bryan Turner

 

Member for Broadwater

 

28 Adversane Rd, Worthing, BN14 7QH

 

Phone: 07714 989844

 

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Bryan Turner has lived in the Broadwater area with his wife and three children since 1980. Bryan is well known across Broadwater having spent over twenty years running his own pharmacy business, employing local people. He has represented Gaisford Ward on Worthing Borough Council since 2004. He is highly experienced, having held three Cabinet positions (Environment, Finance and Regeneration).

Bryan first entered politics because he wanted to work for the removal of the old huts and the building of 21st century classrooms for our young people at Northbrook College on Broadwater Road. Bryan went on to spend ten years as a Governor of Northbrook, and has achieved his ambition with the site being completely regenerated, including the building of a new secondary school. Bryan was appointed to chair the Health and Adult Social Care Select Committee in March 2016, and is also a member of the Performance and Finance Select Committee.

 

 

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Roger Oakley

 

Councillor for Worthing East

 

26 Coombe Rise, Worthing, BN14 0ED

 

Phone: 01903 874138

 

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Roger Oakley has lived and worked in Sussex for about 40 years and served the residents of Worthing as a Worthing Borough Councillor for the last six years. He was a police officer for 30 years and for 15 of those years he was employed at Worthing. At the moment, Roger works for Network Rail though he plans to retire from full time employment this summer in order to concentrate on his public duties as councillor.

He is a very active councillor locally and regularly responds to residents’ problems. He encourages and supports self-help groups and is a trustee of the local Dial-a-ride. Recently he has facilitated the setting up of a self-help group of Ham Road residents who were dissatisfied with the results of the CPZ extension. He has encouraged a group called Skip; Selden Kids in Play, who are hoping to set up a new playground for local children. He turned out during the floods last summer to make sure local residents had the support from the local services that they needed.

Roger Oakley will seek to highlight the needs of East Worthing, which in his view have been neglected for many years. One of many local issues is parking enforcement; the CPZ. He will continue to support the local residents in promoting their views, which many think have been ignored. As a Worthing Borough Councillor Roger has engaged with this issue but his efforts have been restricted because it is a highways issue and thus controlled by West Sussex County Council.

Roger’s record of accomplishment is proven. Ask those residents who know him. He will always respond to a request for help and will answer enquiries honestly.

Appointed to Environmental & Community Services Select Committee in May 2013


 

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Sean McDonald

 

Member for Northbrook

 

10 Woodpecker Way, Durrington, Worthing, BN13 2TY

 

07934 635551

 

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Noel Atkins

 

Member for Durrington and Salvington

 

5 Wordsworth Road, Worthing, BN11 3NH

 

07801 280586

 

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