People

Kenwith Ward: Alison Boyle

"Last year I was delighted to be elected as the councillor for Kenwith on Torridge District Council. It is a post which I value very much. I was very pleased to be appointed by TDC as a member of the AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and as a member of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee, which reviews decisions made regarding any of the councils functions.

Burrator: Diana Moyse

Diana was first elected to West Devon Borough Council in 1999. Prior to that, she was the Clerk to Burrator Parish Council. As a West Devon councillor, Diana’s main interest has been in planning, where she chaired the Future Planning and Housing Committee – then one of the council’s two main strategic policy committees.

Tavistock North: Neil Jory

"I am standing for election for the first time, having lived and worked in the Tavistock area since 2002. If elected, I will use my experiences as a qualified Chartered Secretary, Finance Manager and local business owner to represent the interests of the residents of Tavistock North.

Brian Lamb - Bere Ferrers

Upon leaving school, for five years I was a member of police forces in Birmingham and North West Europe, including Berlin.

Broadheath: Pete Watson

I’m known for my straight talking no nonsense approach to life and my main reason for standing as a District Councillor was to try to ensure the quality of life I have been fortunate enough to have enjoyed is still around for future generations.

Bideford South: Simon Inch

"I was born and educated in Bideford and live in South Ward. I am married with three daughters, and have worked for Pilton Community College for 16 years.

Bideford North: Dermot McGeough

"I am a Bideford man, born and bred. I have a local business, employing local men. I support the local boxing club and praise their move to Pollyfield Community Centre. I support the Bideford Reserve Team and Youth at Bideford Football Club.