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Roger Powell John Pyel Ward
I am an experienced councillor and was elected as Town Councillor for Irthlingborough in 2007 and for East Northants Council in the same year, and have served on various committees.
I am keen to see Adult Social Care and Children’s Services upgraded in the new Unitary Council along with increased protection for the county’s Nature Reserves, including Irthlingborough Lakes & Meadows. Additional Special Needs Schools are also a priority along with an increased provision for Heritage Centres throughout the county. Funding the redevelopment of the county’s High Streets is a passion of mine.
Steve Boyer Waterloo Ward
Stephen Boyer and his wife Pauline live in Irthlingborough and he works in Little Addington. His two daughters went to school in the town and albeit both are now grown up they still live in the county.
His family business manufactures water treatment products and is based in Little Addington. The company employs nearly 100 people with the majority living locally. The company supports local business in the town providing services including distribution and printing. Steve says, “It is important wherever possible to keep the money and jobs locally”.
They moved to Irthlingborough in 1986, over these years have seen many changes to our town. In his opinion Irthlingborough is a great place to live and under the current Conservative leadership of the Town Council has started to see a rejuvenation both in services and shopping.
Steve says, “We all know there is more to be achieved”. He is keen to see improvements continue at pace. “I am passionate about involving local people and business in the decision making”, states Steve.
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