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By Hugo Deynem - 13th October 2013 6:30am
Hugo Deynem- Conservative Party
I was elected 1 May 2008 to the Cheshire West and Chester Shadow Authority and from 1 April 2009 represented the Gowy Ward of CWAC Council. From 5 May 2011 I have represented the Tarvin and Kelsall Ward of CWAC Council.
I have lived and worked in our Kelsall & Tarvin ward for many of my 46 years. I am married to Deb with three children. Currently I am working for E.ON Energy having previously run a number of small companies for myself for some 16 years.
I was first elected to represent Kelsall on the old Chester City Council in 1993 and have been pleased to serve Kelsall and Tarvin as a councillor on the new Cheshire West & Chester Borough Council since its inception following the disbanding of the two tier system abolished by the Labour government in 2009.
Following re-election on to Cheshire West & Chester Borough Council in May 2011 I now sit on the Environment Policy Development Board, am party Spokesperson on the Standards committee and am a Chair on the Public Rights of Way Committee.
I am also Member Champion for Climate Change for the authority, chairing the Climate Change Task Group. I also am a member and chair of a number of outside bodies.
My contact details are:
Address: Daisy Bank, Church Rd, Ashton Hayes, Chester CH3 8AB
Both of the preceding social networking sites I regularly update with news on planning issues and other topical ward and council topics.
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