Baldwins

Margaret Belsey

Gotwick Farm, Holtye Road, East Grinstead, RH19 3PP

01342 321574

m.belsey@eastgrinstead.gov.uk

“Since my previous election as a Town and District Councillor I have been busy assisting residents in respect of personal, housing, highway, planning and financial issues.

In 2013 I had the honour to be elected Mayor and represented the Town at numerous events.”

Margaret has sat on two Scrutiny Committees at Mid Sussex District Council, and on the Public Services and Finance & General Purposes committees at East Grinstead Town Council.

She also works in the family’s firm of insurance brokers in East Grinstead, and is a Trustee of the town branch of Age UK

Nick Hodges

Wellbourne, 75 Lingfield Road, East Grinstead, RH19 2EP

01342 300113

n.hodges@eastgrinstead.gov.uk

NICK Hodges, who was East Grinstead’s 2014/2015 Town Mayor 2014 is East Grinstead born and raised.

He attended St Mary’s and Sackville schools in the town and is now partner in a solicitors’ practice in Redhill.

Married to Lucy, the couple have a daughter, Olivia, who attends St. Peter’s school.

Nick was elected to the Town Council in 2011, and has served as Chair of the Charities committee since 201, and also as Vice Chair of Public Services.

Nick said: “I love being able to put back into the town that has been so good to me.”

Julie Mockford

35 Dorset Avenue, East Grinstead, RH19 2AB

01342 325552

j.mockford@eastgrinstead.gov.uk

JULIE is Chair of East Grinstead in Bloom, a Staff Governor at the Queen Victoria Hospital and Secretary of the Imberhorne & Baldwins Neighbourhood Panel.

“I was born and bred in East Grinstead, as were both my parents and grandparents. I am immensely proud of my local heritage, and I truly care about ensuring the community’s survival and growth for future generations including my own children and grandchildren, who also live locally. I both work at, and support, the renowned Queen Victoria Hospital.

“Forging links within our community to improve our town is vital. I am a passionate, driven and conscientious, and will listen to what our community wants.”

Norman Webster

7 Newlands Crescent, East Grinstead, RH19 1LF

01342 317806

n.webster@eastgrinstead.gov.uk

“I have lived in East Grinstead since 2001. My work background includes charity, medical equipment and running my own business. I served as Town Council Leader, prior to my appointment to Mid Sussex District Council Cabinet with responsibility for Economic Development.

In December 2013 I became Cabinet Member for Planning and now serve as Cabinet Member for Health and Community.”

Norman represents the Town Council on Queen Victoria Hospital’s Council of Governors and the East Grinstead Council for Voluntary Service, and works with the East Grinstead Business Association and Kingscote Valley Project. He is a member of Trinity Methodist Church, and a volunteer for arthritis related charities.