Alan Wheeler
Alan Wheeler was co-opted onto Stratton Parish Council in November 2016. Alan is an accountant and has held a number of senior posts within the television industry. In 2007, tired of commuting to London, Alan bought a rundown pub in Southampton and transformed it into a community facility. On selling his business and retiring, Alan moved to Dorset, settling in Stratton four years ago. In the past, Alan has been a school governor for a school for disadvantaged children and has an abiding interest in health and disability issues.
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Andy Aylott
Chairman
Throughout the 38 years that Andy Aylott has lived in Stratton he has always been keen to promote village life and community involvement. During this time he has accumulated a wealth of experience and knowledge relating to local matters and concerns. Andy has been either councillor, chairman or vice chairman of Stratton Parish Council, for 15 of the last 19 years along with a 15 year stint as organiser of the Stratton Summer Fayre. Andy helped to start the current Stratton Youth Club and besides his present tenure as a parish councillor, his longest and still continuing service, is as the Chairman and Treasurer of the Stratton Village Hall Charity, a position he has held for some 26 years. Prior to retirement, Andy worked as a local authority accountant with Dorset County Council.
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Cheryl Hobbs
Cheryl Hobbs has lived in Stratton since 2003 although her connection to Dorset goes back to the early 1920’s when her grandparents moved to Winfrith Newburgh. Prior to retirement, Cheryl worked for Dorset County Council managing services for older people and has over 35 years experience in the caring professions. Since being co-opted onto Stratton Parish Council in January 2015 and then re-elected in the same year, Cheryl has held the Council brief for social care and crime prevention. Committed to preserving Dorset’s natural heritage, Cheryl is a staunch supporter of the campaign for a Dorset and East Devon National Park.
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Pete Hallett
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If you can spare some time to help the village please consider applying to be a Councillor.

Please contact the Parish Clerk for details.

Do note that anybody joining the Council would only serve until the end of March 2019 as the next Elections are due in the following May. You then may wish to carry on for another term of four years, if elected.
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