With her vast experience working in different healthcare settings, Heike is passionate about health. She hopes to play a central part in the campaign to improve standards within healthcare provisions in the region. She has lived in Haverhill for 20 years.
David worked for Royal Mail for 35 years before taking early retirement in 2012. Having retired has given him the opportunity to devote time to the role of Councillor and representing the residents in our part of Suffolk.
He has served on Haverhill Town Council since 2013 and West Suffolk Council from 2015 to date and Suffolk County Council since 2017.
Stuart was elected as the County Councillor for the Kesgrave and Rushmere St Andrew Wards in 2017, where he is also a part of the Audit Committee. He has lived in Kesgrave for 15 years and also sits as a District Councillor for the same area.
Michael has been involved in local issues for many years and after being elected to Southwold Town Council in 1990 he has been Mayor on four occasions. Michael was a Waveney District Councillor from 2011 until 2019 and was Cabinet member for Economic Development and Tourism.
Born and raised in Lowestoft, his family has lived in the area for many, many years. James was educated in Kirkley, and is employed by the NHS.
James was a member of Waveney District Council from 2004 to 2013, serving on the Scrutiny committee (keeping the cabinet to account); the Standards Committee (ensuring the other councillors maintain sound ethical standards); and Chairing the Audit & Risk committee (reviewing governance procedures within the Council). Presently, Jamie is the Suffolk County Councillor for the Kirkley, Whitton and Carlton areas.
Jenny has been the Suffolk County Councillor for Lowestoft South since 2017 and lives in Kirkley, where she runs her own business. She is an integral member of the Development and Regulation Committee – which secured The Third Crossing – Gull Wing Bridge. Jenny is the Vice-Chairman of Planning Committee North which has been involved with securing the Flood Defences for Lake Lothing.