Juliet Davies

Juliet Davies (Pednor)

Chairman Councillor

I was brought up Berkshire and, before moving to Buckinghamshire in 1996, I lived in London, working for Liberty’s as Head of Merchandising for its Branch Operation until 1991. I used to be a Latin/Greek tutor and, for 16 years, I variously ran free after-school/lunchtime Latin clubs at Quainton Primary, Great Missenden Primary, Hawridge and Cholesbury Primary and Chesham Preparatory Schools, plus at Dr Challoner’s Grammar School. I have also taught Latin at Dr Challoner’s High School. I have four grown-up children, who have all attended local state schools. In the past, I have reported to the Parish Council on School Transport. I am especially interested in the problems which arise in the Pednor area, where I have lived since 2001. In particular the issue of salt piles for safer winter driving on all the single track un-gritted lanes of our parish, and the unsuitable use of these rural lanes by HGVs. Since 2019 I have been on the Franklin Fields Playground Group sub-committee, alongside Cllr Ellie White and a group of parishioners, with the aim of raising funds for renovating the children’s play area. I became a Parish Councillor in 2008 and have been chair since 2016. 

Ellie White

Ellie White (Chartridge)

Vice Chair Councillor

I have lived at Chartridge End Farm all my life and consider it a great privilege to be able to work and raise a family in such a wonderful locality. As a Councilor, I am keen to maintain the environment and facilities in our parish for all ages. I work full time on our family farm but also enjoy spending time with my family and walking the fantastic countryside of the Chilterns.

Alan Booth

Alan Booth (Chartridge)


I have lived in the Chilterns for more than a decade. Prior to that I spent time in London and Cardiff, grew up next to the Peak District on the outskirts of Sheffield and also lived in Leeds, Brussels, Belgium and Sydney, Australia.
Running a small business providing newspaper, magazine and graphic design services, my career has primarily been in the print media, working for a long time at Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal with a smaller stint at the Sunday Times — among other publications. Elected in May 2015, as a Green councillor, I am passionate about environmental politics, sustainability, clean and renewable energy. As a business owner — which is ‘virtual’ — I believe in the roll-out of reliable, affordable, high-speed broadband options in rural areas and the expansion of tele-working. Married with three children, I take part in community activities through the residents’ association, also helping to set-up and run the weekly café from the Chartridge Reading Rooms, on Wednesday mornings. In my spare time I swim and I coach rugby league, to under 10s, with the Hemel Stags.

Joan Lherbier

Joan Lherbier (Asheridge)


I have lived in Chartridge Parish on and off all my life and now live in my childhood home in Asheridge. I have been a councillor since 2003. I represent the Parish Council on Bucks County Council’s Local Area Forum and at meetings of our Neighbourhood Policing Team. My particular interest is in “on the ground” projects such as the current work to open up a footpath in Bellingdon to ramblers with mobility difficulties and, as another example, our successful battle in 2006 to have Asheridge put back onto a winter salting route and to keep it there. Before leaving the area for a while I worked at Chesham Police Station as a civilian communications officer, a grand title for telephonist and radio operator! My husband is French and we brought up our family in France, where I taught English in schools. I have two daughters, a stepson and three grandchildren. When my husband retired, we returned to Asheridge and I started my own company, French teaching and translation. I focus particularly on teaching and coaching children and teenagers.

Tim Corvin

Tim Corvin (Bellingdon)


have lived in Bellingdon for more than 10 years with my wife and our two children having moved here from Amersham where we were for the previous 10 years.

As well as being aware of many of the local issues from our familiarity with the area we are actively involved the community through our involvement with Bank Farm Riding for the Disabled Association in Bellingdon, where our children learnt to ride about 15 years ago and my wife Helena is a Trustee.

I currently work at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College in London having spent the previous 20 years as a Design and Innovation Consultant to large multinational companies.

My particular interests are sustainability, wildlife, architecture, transport and how traditional country life can be evolved to meet the needs of the community and the wider World for the future.

Heather Wadcock (Chartridge)


My husband and I moved to Chartridge in 2020 during the COVID Pandemic. Despite all the restrictions in place at the time we soon realised that we were fortunate to be living in such a friendly and supportive community.


I became a Parish Councillor in April 2024. As a mother and grandmother I appreciate the importance of facilities and services being both available and accessible for all ages and I intend to work hard to ensure that this is the case. I am also passionate about preserving the beautiful environment we live in for the enjoyment of all who live here now and for the generations yet to come.

Jonathan Holloway (Chartridge)


Annie Fuller (Asheridge)

I was born in Scotland and was educated at a school in Edinburgh and university in London where I gained a BA (hons) in Geography and Anthropology. After marrying we lived in Chesham for a few years before moving to Amersham where we brought up our 2 daughters. For 25 years I helped run a fortnightly club for the elderly in Little Chalfont and chaired the committee meetings.

I was involved for a long time with neighbourhood watch in Amersham. In 2017 we downsized to Asheridge where we were warmly welcomed by the community. We very much enjoy living in a beautiful rural setting. I became a councillor I summer 2023. My interests lie in preservation and protection of our outstanding landscape for flora and fauna to flourish and for people to enjoy.

Andrew Savvides (Bellingdon)


My family and I moved to Bellingdon in March 2022 after living in Pinner for 20 years. We were warmly received by our neighbours and the community within Bellingdon.

I love walking and exploring the beauty that the Chiltern Hills has to offer and its refreshing to be at one with nature, rather than the daily struggle of the hustle and bustle that Harrow has become.

With 2 daughters living at university, I decided to offer my time and help our wonderful community, to support it and make it a better place if possible

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