Caroline Egglestone, Borough and Town Councillor for Bullbrook. I have lived in Bracknell for over thirty years and have been living in Bullbrook for nearly nine years. I also work in Bullbrook, giving me a good knowledge of the positive aspects of the area, as well as what could be made better. I have been working within the NHS for a few years and I am currently working alongside Berkshire Healthcare Trust. I am good at listening to people and helping them resolve their issues. I will use this experience as your Councillor. My passions outside of work are gardening with a particular interest in birds, butterflies and bees. All of which are real tonics for Mental Health and Wellbeing.
Iskandar Jefferies , Borough and Town Councillor for Bullbrook. I started my professional career on the frontline in the private security sector. My current role is overseeing Europe, Middle-East & Africa as a risk management professional. I have always had a passion for volunteering and empowering the next generation to success. I was honoured to be awarded the Freedom of the City of London in 2019 and this has fuelled my passion to invest in my local community. We moved to Bracknell 15 years ago to raise our 3 young daughters in an area that was built for families. We have seen a lot of change since and my vision is to ensure Bracknell remains a place for families to live, grow and call home.
Graham Firth,Town Councillor for Bullbrook. Graham has lived in Bullbrook, Bracknell, for 35 years and is married with two grown-up children, who have now moved away but previously attended local Bracknell primary and secondary schools. Now a retired university librarian, Graham was for many years a governor at Cranbourne Primary School and from 1995 to 2000 represented Bullbrook on Bracknell Town Council. He edits a quarterly magazine for the Exeter University Club for the more mature graduates of the university and, since retirement, has joined the Bracknell Film Society and the local U3A. He is interested in sport, including locally provided facilities, enjoys walking in the many green and open spaces in Bracknell and the surrounding area, recognises the importance of Bracknell’s libraries as community centres and is keen that South Hill Park should be properly supported as a continuing outstanding local focus for the arts.