Judy Roberts & Alison Jenner
Alison Jenner has been chosen to fight Cumnor ward in the district council elections this year, after Dudley Hoddinott retires from many years of service to local residents on Vale of White Horse District Council.
She is currently a parish councillor in Cumnor, and will be standing again in May.
Alison lives in the village and is involved in the Women’s Institute and is a natural bee keeper.
She moved here from Swansea when she retired, having worked for many years in adult education.
If elected she will be an active campaigner on behalf of all residents.
For the last twelve years, Judy has served on Cumnor Parish Council and the Vale of White Horse District Council. She is passionate about sport and, as the Chair of the Recreation and Playing Fields Committee for the Parish Council, was instrumental in raising the funds for and planning the Play Parks at both Pinnocks Way and The Glebe.
She is also Chair of the Fogwell Road Pavilion Management Committee and a Trustee for the Dean Court Community Centre, helping to keep these facilities available for the residents.
New homes are necessary for our increasing population and Judy has been promoting affordable housing, especially with the Oxfordshire Community Land Trust project that has a planning application submitted for 8 dwellings off the Eynsham Road, Cumnor.