Saturday, 28 April 2012

Earley's Candidates for Thursday's Wokingham Borough Council Elections


David Hare - Maiden Erlegh Ward
David Hare is Leader of Earley Town Council Liberal Democrat group. He was a Borough Councillor for 15 years, Chair of Social Services & opposition lead for the Environment. David brought up his three sons, now grown up, in Earley. David works for The Alzheimer's Society in Reading, recruiting, training & placing volunteers. David is a Secretary of Berkshire Cricket Officials Association, a registered panel umpire, is active in a local church and is treasurer of a charity working in gardens with people who have mental health problems.


Anthony Vick - Hawkedon Ward
Anthony Vick has lived in Lower Earley for 8 years, and is bringing his family up here. He has actively campaigned to save Wokingham's  libraries, and is running a petition for a pedestrian crossing on Kilnsea Drive. Anthony has also been active in the community as a fundraiser for the Earleybird pre-school committee, a member of the Earley Adopt A Street Initiative (EASI), Chair of the Wellington Grange Residents' association, and a member of the Earley Neighbourhood Action Group.

Ketih Yabsley - Hillside Ward
Keith moved to Reading nearly 20 years ago to study at Reading University, and has since lived in Reading and Earley, working in the IT sector locally. He has settled with his wife, a teacher, and young daughter in Hillside, and is working with the Lib Dem team to help build a community of which local residents can feel proud to be part