Sir John Redwood

Member of Parliament for Wokingham since 1987

John Redwood won a free place at Kent College, Canterbury, and graduated from Magdalen College Oxford. He is a Distinguished fellow of  All Souls, Oxford.

Matthew Barber

Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate for Thames Valley

Matthew Barber is the Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley, covering Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.

Norman Jorgensen

Borough candidate for Maiden Erlegh

Norman Jorgensen was selected by Maiden Erlegh branch members to be their candidate for the borough elections in 2020 which have been postponed until 2021.

John Kaiser

Wokingham Borough Council - Barkham
Deputy Leader

First elected in 2011, John is representing the residents of Barkham for his third term as a Borough Councillor and he is now the Deputy Leader of the Council and the Lead Member for Finance and Housing.

He was honoured to serve as the Wokingham Borough Mayor in 2018/2019.

Pauline Jorgensen

Deputy Chairman - Political & Campaigning

Pauline became the Deputy Chairman for Politics and Campaigning in June 2020. As an experienced councillor and a parliamentary candidate, she has a wealth of knowledge and skills for planning and leading campaigns.

Eileen Kessel

Borough Council Candidate for Hawkedon

Eileen was selected by local Conservative members to be the Hawkedon Ward candidate for the May 2020 local elections which have been postponed until May 2021.

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UllaKarin Clark

Wokingham Borough Council - Emmbrook
Executive Member for Children's Services

I have lived in Emmbrook with my husband and 3 children since 1986. My husband was born in Wokingham town and we are now the 4th generation living here. I have been a Wokingham Borough Councillor since May 2003 and was honoured to serve as Mayor for two years. I have also represented Emmbrook on Wokingham Town Council and served for 17 years including two as Town Mayor.

Dianne King

Wokingham Borough Council - Evendons
Deputy Executive Member for Regeneration

First elected in 1996, Dianne has been a District/Borough Councillor for six terms of office so has a wealth of experience in helping Evendons residents. She and her husband Brian live locally and having raised their family are now enjoying being grandparents.