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Your Candidates for the 2019 Elections
Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead

datchet, horton & wraysbury: tim o'flynn

Tim is a longstanding Datchet parish councillor having served continuously since 1988; he has also been involved in a wide range of community groups in the area and is well-known to local residents. He has lived in the village for many years and raised his family there. He is a former borough councillor and was deputy mayor. If elected, he would continue to promote the interests of village residents within the wider borough council.

datchet, horton & wraysbury: linda o'flynn

As a member of the Datchet Parish council for over 10 years, Linda has worked hard to include the voices of all, particularly those at the fringes of the village. She has lived in Datchet for many years with her husband and has raised her children there. She has been involved in local campaigns such as objecting to Heathrow expansion. If elected, She will work hard to provide a voice for the people of Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury.

datchet, horton & wraysbury: gareth jones

Gareth has lived in the borough for over 7 years and currently lives in Dedworth with his wife, who is from Cox Green. After studying politics and international relations at Swansea University, he has done a range of volunteering roles and now works as a carer. He served on Cox Green Parish council for two terms.

Gareth is concerned about the lack of accountability that the council currently have and the lack of proper consultation on key developments. If elected he would do his best to represent the concerns and interests of this ward and its communities to the Royal Borough and cooperate with the local Parish Councils and other local stakeholders.