Carol Melvin

Carol is married to Andrew and they have two Daughters both happily married and two Grandsons aged 26 years and 2 years. Carol’s early married life was spent traveling with her Husband who was an Army Bandmaster. When Andrew retired after serving 22 years they settled in Northwood in 1996. After retiring from full time employment in 2002 Carol went on to complete a Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Social Science with Social Policy and a Diploma in Criminology with the Open University. From 2002 – 2008 Carol worked as one of the Volunteer Station Reception Officers in the Northwood Police Station, and still serves on the Northwood Ward Police Panel, liaising with our Safer Neighbourhood Team on issues and concerns raised by the Northwood Residents.

Carol has always had a particular interest in local politics, and joined the Ruislip Northwood Conservative Association shortly after coming to Northwood and has served on the Conservative Northwood Ladies and the Northwood Branch Committee, and for many years has served as the Branch Chairman.

Carol was elected as a London Borough of Hillingdon Councillor representing the Northwood Ward in December 2008.

Carol takes a real interest in the local community. As a committed Christian, she is an active member of Emmanuel Church Northwood, manages the Christian Bookstall, and is on the Prayer Ministry Team. This is a very important part of her life.

 

 

See Also

Duncan Flynn

Duncan was first elected to Hillingdon Council in 2014 and re-elected in 2018 to represent Northwood Hills ward where he lives.

Duncan serves as the Vice Chairman of the Council’s Social Care, Housing & Public Health Policy Overview Committee and North Planning Committee.

Becky Haggar

Becky was elected to serve Eastcote & East Ruislip in 2014. Becky has been a Hillingdon resident all her life and has three daughters, all educated at the local schools.

Nick Denys

Nick was first elected as Councillor for Eastcote and East Ruislip on 22 May 2014. He has an interest in local community groups, is a qualified community mediator, and has coached football at youth clubs near where he has lived. He is passionate about Localism.

Ian Edwards

Ian has been a Councillor since 2014 and has lived in the borough since 1981. He is Chairman of the Central & South Planning Committee and the HS2 Planning Sub Committee and a member of the Social Care Housing & Public Health Scrutiny Committee.

Henry Higgins

Henry has run a series of business ventures and is currently managing director of two companies. He became a Harefield Councillor in 2002, working tirelessly for its regeneration. He was instrumental in the campaign to save Harefield Hospital.

Jane Palmer

Jane was elected Councillor for Harefield Ward in 2014. Jane has lived in Hillingdon all her life and currently lives in Harefield.

John Hensley

John has been a Councillor since 2002 and has lived in Hillingdon for the past 37 years and been associated with the Borough for well over 45 years. He is married and also has two married sons and four grandchildren.

Raymond Puddifoot

Ray has lived in the borough all of his life and is Hillingdon’s longest serving Council Leader. The driving force behind delivering financial stability, good management and civic pride in Hillingdon, Ray has also championed the needs of older residents.

Richard Lewis

Richard was first elected as a Northwood councillor in 2002 and today as well as representing Northwood, he is also the Cabinet Member for Central Services, Culture and Heritage.

Scott Seaman-Digby

Scott grew up in the Borough and went to Queensmead and then onto Royal Holloway (University of London), where he read Economics & Politics, graduating in 1994 and starting a graduate training role with Marks & Spencer plc.