Steve Hayes - Creekmoor

Steve Hayes has lived locally for over 25 years and he is delighted to be standing for election in the Creekmoor Ward.

Bryan Dion - Penn Hill

Bryan Dion is a 25 year resident of Penn Hill and an active member of the community serving as a school governor, a local charity trustee and member of various social organizations.  He is a retired Army officer having served in combat operations in Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Malcolm Farrell - Newtown and Heatherlands

Malcolm Farrell, born in Poole, has lived in Newtown with his partner Trish since 1979. As a former manager for Wessex Water, Malcolm has experience working to maintain a clean environ-ment for the local area. He is now Chairman of the Autism Wessex charity.

Tony O'Neill - Penn Hill

Tony O'Neill. In addition to the environment Tony is passionate about Penn Hill representation from within the new unitary authority.

Xena Dion - Poole Town

Brought up in Poole, Xena Dion’s professional career spans nursing, midwifery and public health.  She trained and worked in Poole, then worked in London, Africa, the USA and Middle East.  Returning to live in Poole in 1994 she has served Poole as a Health Visitor and Ward Councillor for the past

Andy Garner-Watts - Poole Town

Andy was born in Pembrokeshire, South Wales, in 1959. He was raised and educated in Hildesheim, West Germany, and served for six years with the Parachute Regiment.

Tom Lintern-Mole - Poole Town

Tom Lintern-Mole was born, raised and educated in Poole. He studied History at Oxford, and later worked as a management consultant in London with some of the country’s leading companies. He returned to Poole in 2014 and now runs his own business.

May Haines - Canford Cliffs

May has been a councillor for Canford Cliffs since 2007. Her background is in finance and her career was in accountancy and banking. With this background she is keen to ensure that the council provides value for money, with front-line services being protected.

Ann Stribley - Parkstone

Ann was first elected in April 1977 and has held most senior positions within the Council, she is a former Conservative Group Leader and Deputy Leader of the Council. For most of her political career she has served on the Planning Committee, twice as Chairman since 2007.

John Challinor - Parkstone

John lives in Parkstone. He and his family moved to Poole four years ago, relocating from Bedfordshire to enjoy all that the area has to offer in terms of lifestyle, natural environment and outdoor pursuits.