I have lived in Whitton for 36 years having been born at West Middlesex Hospital and lived with my parents at Runnymede Gardens and now with my wife and children in Derwent Road.
As a local lad I have built up a formidable reputation as someone who cares passionately about Whitton but more importantly has taken action to improve it. Elected in 2010 I promised to reverse Liberal failings in Whitton High Street and am proud that as a Councillor I led and implemented the Uplift plan which resulted in the transformation of our town centre.
I have strong links within the community setting up the Whitton Lions Rugby Club as Chairman and standing as Director for the Whitton Park Sports Association. I also now sit on the Committee of the Whitton Business Association.I want to ensure that we now win all three and continue to take Whitton forward.
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Grant Healy was born in the West Midlands, where he worked in the automotive industry. After moving to London he worked for a number of years in the charity sector as a coordinator and fund raiser; he is currently a company director.
Grant successfully stood for election as a Councillor for Whitton in 2014. As a Councillor he represented Whitton in full Council and in meetings with the Leader and Cabinet Members, working on issues that affect the ward. He has a 100% Council meeting attendance record and was Chair of the Richmond Conservative Group.
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Sophie has lived in Whitton since January 2016, when she and partner Rob bought their first home together. With a keen interest in local politics and a strong sense of community, she has supported the local Conservatives alongside Grant and Gareth in the most recent General Election.
Professionally, Sophie works for a financial and corporate public relations company in London. After graduating from the University of Liverpool in 2007, Sophie worked for a publishing firm in New York for a year before taking roles in media groups, Thomson Reuters and the Press Association.
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