Richard Almond

Richard Almond has represented Pinner South since 2014 and has lived in the ward for 30 years. His main council responsibilities are as shadow to the Labour Finance and Resources portfolio-holder and the lead Conservative member on Overview and Scrutiny. In local government his main interests are finance and social care for Adults and Children. In national politics his main interests are national self-government, democracy and free trade.

Outside the council Richard is a member of St. Luke’s Catholic Church, Pinner, where he chairs the Parish Council, and he is also Vice-Chairman of the Board of Governors of St. Teresa’s Catholic Primary  School, Harrow Weald.

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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.

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.

Jonathan Bianco

Jonathan has been a councillor for 24 years after having lived in the area since 1984. He is well known for consistently opposing inappropriate housing development on our open spaces and Green Belt.

John Morgan

John has lived in Northwood Hills since 1993. He is married to Fiona, and has one daughter who attends University. John can often be seen walking, or on his Triumph motorbike.

Philip Corthorne

First elected in 1993, Philip is married with four children. He is an active local campaigner who has taken a keen interest in local planning and development matters, particularly within Ruislip’s Conservation Area.

Devi Radia

Devi was elected to represent the ward of West Ruislip in May, 2018. In 2014, she joined the governing body of Pentland Field School, a school for children with special educational needs in her ward. 

John Riley

John was elected as a Councillor in the West Ruislip Ward of the London Borough of Hillingdon in a bye election in October 2008.  Since his election he has been Chairman of the Children and Young Persons Policy and Overview Committee, Deputy Chairman of Executive Scrutiny Committee, Chairman of t

Susan Hall

Susan was elected as a Harrow Councillor for Hatch End Ward in 2006.  She was given a Cabinet position responsible for the Environment and Community Safety in 2007 and became Deputy Leader of the group in 2008.

John Hinkley

John has been a resident in the area for more than 30 years and was honoured to be elected as a Hatch End Ward Councillor in May 2014 and re-elected in May 2018.

Jean Lammiman

Proud to serve  both the residents of Hatch End and across Harrow, Jean also leads on the Community and Culture portfolio for the Harrow  Conservative Group.