Councillor

David Lungley

I lived until the age of ten in East Africa, where my father worked for the Brooke Bond Tea Company as a Tea Planter, before coming to school in England. I graduated from Reading University, and then worked for five years in Adelaide Australia in agricultural research. My wife Frances and I moved to Uley… Read more David Lungley

Tim Martin

A resident of Uley since 1998 having had two children who attended Uley Playgroup and Primary School.  I am married to a university senior lecturer and former governor of the Primary School, and also have an elderly relative living in the village. A retired General Practice Chartered Surveyor, I am now a trustee and treasurer… Read more Tim Martin

Juliet Browne

Born and brought up locally, I have had close ties with Uley all my life. We moved to Angeston in 1996 and have spent the last twenty years conserving and renovating this rare example of Regency picturesque architecture. With a career background in overseas trade, banking and company administration, I am currently involved in agriculture,… Read more Juliet Browne

Janet Wood MBE

I joined Uley parish council in 1976 and served concurrently as an independent District councillor for 27 years. In that time I delivered a Conservation Area and village Development Boundary. In about 1988 I persuaded the District Council to buy the west end of Uley Bury (being ruined by motorcycles) to add to the land… Read more Janet Wood MBE

Mike Griffiths

Mike Griffiths

I have lived in Uley, with my wife Carol, since 2004 and joined the Parish Council in 2014. I am now retired following a career of well over forty years as a chartered physicist and engineer, mostly working in the nuclear industry. After the family, my main interests are DIY and building / flying radio… Read more Mike Griffiths