Saturday, October 14, 2006

David Wildey

David Wildey and his wife Denise have lived in Lordswood for over 20 years. They have two grown up sons, Daniel and Mark.

David has run his own decorating business for most of his working life.

Since becoming a Councillor David has worked to improve the local area and help local people with their concerns. Most recently he has worked towards having youth facilities built in the area, local roads resurfaced and winter salt bins placed on roads with dangerous inclines. Shortly the library will have building work to protect and enhance it, and many other improvements for the area thanks to action from david and fellow Conservative councillors.

David has always tried to help his community. He has been a volunteer for a local charity for a number of years and was a Parent Governor at a local school before becoming a councillor and is now a LEA Governor at a Lordswood school.

He has fully supported the Memorial Meadow in Capstone Road and has worked closely with the group of volunteers who built and maintain it.

David was very supportive of, and worked with residents in their fight to keep Capstone Valley free of large scale building projects. He helped with the petition and presented it to full council.