Council Candidates

James Worron

2018 Council Candidate for Eltham West
James Worron has been selected to stand as a Conservative candidate in Eltham West ward in the May 2018 council elections. James lives in Eltham West ward, in Kidbrooke Village. He has lived in the Royal Borough of Greenwich for the past 7 years and is a long-standing campaigner on local issues. He is a commuter into central London where he works advising businesses investing into the UK. In his spare time he is the trustee of a local charity which supports abuse victims.
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Jim Davis

2018 Council Candidate for Eltham West
Jim Davis has been selected to stand as a Conservative candidate in Eltham West ward in the May 2018 council elections. Jim has lived in Eltham for the last 20 years, bringing up his family locally. Both his children went to school locally and he has been involved locally in the community during that time. He has worked in financial services since the 1980s and started the campaign Disconnex against South Eastern’s rail predecessor.
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Gemma Turrell

2018 Council Candidate for Eltham West
Gemma Turrell has been selected to stand in Eltham West ward in the May 2018 council elections. Gemma has lived in the borough since 2010, and currently lives on Kidbrooke Park Road with her husband and two cats. Gemma works locally in administration and uses the 286/ 132 bus daily and is frustrated by the lack of local bus connections. Gemma supported the successful campaign to secure a new Kidbrooke Village to North Greenwich bus route.
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Tomas Thurogood-Hyde

2018 Council Candidate for Woolwich Riverside
Tomas Thurogood-Hyde has been selected to stand in Woolwich Riverside in the May 2018 council elections. Tomas has worked in the education sector for five years and is passionate about ensuring that children have the best possible start in life. As a governor and a legal support officer for a leading schools group, if elected Tomas would bring a wealth of experience to help improve schools and children's services in Greenwich.
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Ben Green

2018 Council Candidate for Peninsula
Ben Green is a Conservative council candidate for Peninsula Ward. He was one of the first residents to move into the Greenwich Millennium Village development on Peartree Way, from where he has seen the peninsula's continuing growth. Ben works as a freelance consultant, and is passionate about improving educational outcomes. He has previously held positions as a part-time teacher to underprivileged children and school governor. Ben has been a Conservative activist for many years, working on campaigns in London and Manchester.
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Antony Higginbotham

2018 Council Candidate for Peninsula
Antony has lived in Greenwich for the last three years and during this time has become actively involved in the local community. This has included almost two years of being a school governor at a local Pupil Referral Unit and mentoring young offenders to help them turn their lives around and make positive contributions to society. Antony works in financial services and lives locally on the Greenwich Peninsula.
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Chris Van Roon

2018 Council Candidate for Woolwich Riverside
Chris Van Roon has been selected as one of the Conservative candidates for Woolwich Riverside ward ahead of the next council elections in May. Chris was a Conservative Councillor in Swindon between 2003 and 2007 and during this time he led many successful campaigns such as installing zebra crossings to improve road safety between two schools. He has also served as a school governor and Chair of Governors at a primary school. Chris is a trustee at a central London church, St Sepulchres, where he worships and where he coordinates action supporting Hackney Foodbank. He ran his first half marathon in 2017, the Royal Parks Half, on behalf of Mind and Bipolar UK. He loves Charlton Lido, Greenwich Park and cinema in his spare time.
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Gavin Haran

2018 Council Candidate for Greenwich West
Gavin Harran has been selected as one of the Conservative candidates for the Greenwich West ward ahead of the next council elections in May 2018. Local resident Gavin currently works for JPMorgan as an expert in financial policy, and has worked for the government and other financial institutions in a similar capacity. He is also a trustee of the education charity Ignite!Futures and has spent time volunteering as a school governor and as a youth mentor.

Jessica Goodrum

2018 Council Candidate for Greenwich West
Jessica Goodrum has been selected as one of the Conservative candidates for the Greenwich West ward ahead of the next council elections in May 2018. Originally from the North East, Jessica has lived in Greenwich since moving to London several years ago. Jessica currently works for a business consultancy, advising businesses across a range of sectors.

Reece Smith

2018 Council Candidate for Peninsula Ward
Reece Smith has been selected as one of the Conservative candidates for the Greenwich Peninsular ward ahead of the next council elections in May 2018. He is a local resident, living in the peninsular ward, and currently works in financial services. Reece is a dedicated long-term activist for the Conservatives in his ward and is particularly focused on local issues around transportation and regeneration. He’s committed to ensure local residents have the proper facilities to suit their needs and get value for money from their Council Tax bills.
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