Paul grew up just outside Ipswich but has lived and worked in the town for the last thirty years. It is a great place to live, being just an hour from London and having a vibrant waterfront area. Paul was elected as the County Councillor for the Bixley Division in a by-election in May 2016.
Joanna Spicer has been a County Councillor since 1989 and she has lived and worked in Suffolk for nearly 50 years. She lives in Pakenham with her husband Christopher and has two grown up daughters and three grandchildren.
Richard Smith has been the County Councillor for Blything since 2017. The area covered encompasses Saxmundham and the twelve villages of Blythurgh, Bramfield, Darsham, Dunwich, Kelsale-cum-Carlton, Middleton, Theberton, Thorington, Walberswick, Wenhaston, Westleton and Yoxford.
Kay has lived in Needham Market for twenty-four years and served as a Town Councillor for fifteen years, on three occasions very proudly as Town Mayor. She was elected to the County Council in October 2018 and currently serve on the Scrutiny Committee. As she works locally part-time, Kay has the time to be committed to helping the residents of the area.
Judy has lived in Bungay for 40 years with her husband Brian, who used to work at R Charlish garage. They have two adult daughters. She is a civil servant by profession and was a Town Councillor for 8 years, during which time she served one term as Mayor and two as Deputy Mayor.
Nathan was born in Suffolk and has lived in & around Ipswich for the majority of his life, attending Stoke high school, during which he was one of the members of the Arras-Ipswich war memorial project, which involved researching local Suffolk heroes who gave their lives during the battles of
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