Cllr Andy Kinsey

Cllr Andy Kinsey

Mayor of Wilton

32 Fairview Road
Wilton
SP2 0BX

01722 743370

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Andy is the co-owner of a local family business and has been volunteering as a leader with the 1st Wilton Scout Group since 1985. Andy moved to Wilton 35 years ago and also had the great honour of serving as Mayor of Wilton from 2008-2010.

Cllr Alexandra Nicole Boyd

Cllr Alexandra Nicole Boyd

Councillor

5 Frampton Court
Wilton Hill
SP2 0FH

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Alexandra moved to the uk around 30 years ago from Germany, and has since always lived around the Salisbury area, until moving to Wilton in 2016.

Alexandra is a busy mum of 4 grown up children and 2 still at home and attending our local primary school.

She has volunteered in several different services over the years, including running the National autistic society support group in Salisbury for 6 years. This was very close to Alexandras heart, as some of her children have additional needs. Recently Alexandra has volunteered with Wilton HELP! and Salisbury Shopmobility

Alexandra very much cares about Speaking up for equality of our wider community, also autism, disability and minority groups.

Cllr Tim Croall

Cllr Tim Croall

Councillor

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Tim is a marketing, communications and public relations specialist, working in the arts and entertainment industry. Until 2020 he was Director of Communications for Wiltshire Creative, combining Salisbury Playhouse, Arts Centre and the annual International Arts Festival. Prior to this he was Head of Marketing for Salisbury Playhouse, helping to make the venue one of the most respected and best attended producing theatres in the country. Now working in a freelance capacity, current and recent clients include MAST Mayflower Studios Southampton, Newbury Corn Exchange, Leeds Playhouse and the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain.

Originally from Swansea, Tim has lived in the Salisbury area for fifteen years, the last five in Wilton. He hopes he can bring a fresh perspective, a varied skills set and new ideas to help make our friendly, beautiful town an even better place in which to live, work, run a business and discover as a visitor.

Cllr Alan Crossley

Cllr Alan Crossley

Deputy Mayor of Wilton

10 Oakley Road
Wilton
SP2 0FA

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Alan moved from Edinburgh to Wilton Hill in 2015, after 35 years in Environmental Research. In February 2019 helped set up the WILTON and DISTRICT U3A as Chairperson and sees this as another important role in the Community.

Whilst in Scotland, Alan was a Scout Leader for 25 years and also served on a Primary School Board for 11 years.

 

Cllr Claire Forbes

Cllr Claire Forbes

32 Shaftesbury Road
Wilton
SP2 0DR

01722 238719

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Claire
has been a resident of Wilton for over 6 years. She works as a full time
manager in financial services and has done so for over 20 years. Claire wants
to help Wilton Town Council and the community to continue working together and
bring a fresh voice to the town.  Claire is keen to keep the town bright
and vibrant and listen to the residents to ensure we all have a voice in Wilton.

Cllr Charlotte Blackman

Cllr Charlotte Blackman

Councillor

7 Victoria Road
Wilton
SP2 0DZ

01722 744518

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Charlotte came to Wilton in 1998 to work as a Complaints Handler and later as a health Insurance Claims Administrator, for Friends Life. She and her husband are now both retired. They enjoy cycling, both locally and some long-distance adventure including Calais - Nice and Lands End - John O’Groats. They also enjoy touring in their Motorhome.

Charlotte has been the Chair of Trustees at the Wilton Community Centre for over 10 years. She is also a trustee for The Michael Herbert Memorial Hall and Wilton United Charities. Charlotte is a regular volunteer at Wilton’s Riding for the Disabled. During the COVID-19 pandemic she (and her husband) cycled many miles delivering shopping and prescription medication to residents in Wilton and the surrounding area, as part of Wilton Help. They also volunteered at the vaccination centre.

Charlotte became a Councillor in 2002. During this time Charlotte has overseen sone major projects such as the design and installation of the outdoor gym at Castle Meadow and the design and installation of the Adventure Trail in Minster Street - both ideas she brought back from her travels. She was also responsible for the Wilton flag; the sign over the door of the Council offices and the beginning of the ongoing program of road/street replacement signs.


 

Cllr Richard Hayes

Cllr Richard Hayes

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Richard has been a resident and business owner for over 10 years and has a vested interest in the town and community.

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Cllr Teresa Taylor

Cllr Teresa Taylor

Councillor

43 Wishford Road
Wilton
SP2 0JG

01722 742415

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Teresa was born and bred in Wilton. She became a Councillor in 2010 having been a Governor at Dinton School for 15 years. She still takes a keen interest in facilities for children and young people in the area and works as a Passenger Assistant for Special Needs Children.

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Cllr Gail Moore

Cllr Gail Moore

Councillor

12 Golding Grove
Wilton
SP2 0FN

01722 744763

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Gail came to the UK 26 years ago from Singapore to study medicine in London. She moved from Scotland to Wilton with her husband and two primary-age children in 2017.

She works as a full-time consultant doctor at Salisbury District Hospital Emergency Department, specialising in Paediatric Medicine, and is a proud supporter of the Hospital Stars Appeal Charity. She is also a volunteer doctor for The HALO Trust, visiting former war zones to support their work clearing landmines.

As a doctor working on the frontline, she has seen first-hand the damage that COVID-19 has done. She would like to see Wilton Town Council and the people of Wilton working together to support community groups and to keep our town centre alive. She is interested in creating better public space for our young people and ensuring that their voices are heard.