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Cloudy early with peeks of sunshine expected late. Very warm. High 26C. Winds NW at 10 to 15 km/h.
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Partly cloudy skies during the morning hours will become overcast in the afternoon. Very warm. High 27C. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 km/h.
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Intervals of clouds and sunshine. Very warm. High 27C. Winds SW at 10 to 15 km/h.
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14 Argosy Road, Lyneham, Wiltshire SN15 4APPhone:
I was born in the small village of Ford, just outside Chippenham. I was educated at Castle Combe school. At the age of 9 stared in the original Dr Doolittle Film, with the rest of the school. I then went to Chippenham School.
I have always lived in Wiltshire accept when I was in the Royal Air Force, during that time I was stationed at Lyneham twice. 1980-1982 and 1989–1997.
I currently work for Network Rail as a Local Operations Manager, managing five signal boxes. I have worked on the railway since 1998. Starting as a Crossing Keeper at Minety, then a Signaller at Swindon to my present role within the company.
I am married to Joy and have two children Dave and Vicky from my previous marriage. Dave is a Signaller at Didcot, Vicky lives locally and has the last remaining horse that we bred.
I have many interests. I represented RAF Stations at Equestrian one day events. A founder member of the Lyneham Saddle club stables. I have bred, shown and ridden Welsh Cob Ponies under the Oakhatch prefix. I have bred, shown and rescued Great Danes. I now help my wife with a number of Golden Retrievers we currently have, but still retain a great Dane.
I am a keen Motorcyclist and travel through Europe with my Son. We are also very keen aircraft enthusiast. Travelling the Country primarily to see cold war jets.
I joined the Parish Council because a neighbour asked to, not realising the work involved in being a Parish Councillor and just how much there is to be done. I also didn’t realise the complexity of the regulations that govern a Council. In May 2014 I was asked by the other Councillors to be the Chairman. To be head of such an enthusiastic and dedicated team of Councillors is in itself an honour
The Barn, Lyneham, Wiltshire SN15 4PLMobile:
I was born in Lyneham and have lived here ever since.I have 3 children and I am kept busy by running the family farm and farm shop.
I have always taken an interest in the Parish and like to see is prosper. During my lifetime I have witnessed many changes in the Parish; now that the RAF have left and a new MOD College opening more changes are on the way for the village. I joined the Parish Council in 2001 and wish to continue to play an active role in the future of Lyneham and Bradenstoke along with my family.
2 Lime Close Lyneham Wiltshire SN15 4TQPhone:
I moved to Lyneham in 1991 with my two sons, they have now left home; one is in London and the other is in Australia, married with my first granddaughter. My first job in Lyneham was at Barnes garage (Texaco), then in Bradenstoke at the pub, I then worked at Lyneham Village Playgroup (Sunny Days). I worked for Honda for 8 years. I have always been part of village life. Over the years I have helped in the school, playgroup and library. I married Mark in 2006 who is serving in the RAF, we did a tour of Cyprus for 3 1/2 years. I am now in a position where I can volunteer my time to the community. I am on the PCC at St Michaels Church, where I hire out the hall and I part of the events committee. I play an active part on the Parish Council and you will often see me out and about with my Westie Lilly.
63 Lillybrook, Bradenstoke, Wiltshire SN15 4AAPhone:
I have lived in Lyneham since 2006 and have been a Councillor for Lyneham and Bradenstoke since 2010. I joined the Council to make a difference by getting involved with maintenance work and projects. I am very good at turning my hand to most DIY and therefore can save the Council a lot of money.
I moved to Bradenstoke with my parents in 1968 and farmed there for many years.
From 1990 I have worked part time for J W Walker pipe organ builders working in all parts of the UK and Ireland.
I will be pleased to be support my community.
71 Eider Avenue Lyneham Wilts SN154QGPhone:
I was born and raised in the village of Worton near Devizes and after leaving Market Lavington school I joined the Royal Navy in 1987, I am still serving and currently posted to MOD Corsham. I first lived in Lyneham from 2012 until 2015 then moved due to a posting to the Portsmouth area. I returned to Lyneham in 2016 when I married and now consider Lyneham my long term home.
I joined the Parish Council as I wanted to be a part of the community and contribute to the running of village making improvements where possible on behalf of all the parishioners.
I am an avid Swindon Town fan and have suffered their ups and downs for many years.
84 Brickley Lane, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 3BWMobile:
I have lived all over the country, first with university and then work. My jobs have varied from running a craft gallery, to working in schools, community groups and in finance. I moved to Wiltshire in 2006 to work for Wiltshire Council under schools and the local community and be nearer to my family in Dorset. I am currently the director and finance manager of my local preschool and I am the
parish clerk and responsible finance officer for Lyneham & Bradenstoke. I really enjoy working with the community and helping to contribute towards shared ideas and goals. I am married and have four young children. I volunteer at my children’s primary school and help with forest school and reading as well as fundraising. I also enjoying painting and creating artwork, run a book group and play hockey every week with Devizes Hockey club.
I was born in Bristol and lived there until I joined the RAF in 1985. I moved to Lyneham in 1986 with my first posting. After a spell in Germany and South Wales I moved back to Lyneham in 1998 and I have lived here ever since. I left the RAF in 2013 and now work as a Civilian instructor on the Airbus A400M based at RAF Brize Norton.
I am married and we have a grown up son. I decided to become a Parish Councillor as I wanted to be able to have a role in making the decisions that are made for the benefit of this village we all call home. I look forward to assisting where I can
to make it nicer for everyone.
My interests are mainly golf, cycling and watching the 6 Nations in the pub.