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Introducing our Unitary Candidates for Chalfont St Peter

Hilary HaworthHilary Haworth

Hilary Haworth grew up in Buckinghamshire, returning here to live and work in 2003. Hilary has had a varied career in business and education, including several years' experience of non-profit governance with a national charity. She has worked and studied in Europe. She is now a self-employed music teacher, while contributing to community life in Bucks in a variety of ways. She has been part of local campaign work on issues related to farming, the environment and the green belt. Hilary places great value on Buckinghamshire's sense of community, its diversity, its green spaces and its unique character.

Selina KerrSelina Kerr

Selina lives in Gerrards Cross with her husband and three children. She has previously worked in senior business and marketing roles for a number of MNCs both in the UK and in the Middle East and Asia. She currently works as a consultant within the education sector. In her role on the Lib Dem committee, Selina has led a number of consultation projects among local residents relating to HS2, Adult Social Care and other local priorities. Selina is passionate about improving social mobility through education and making much needed reform to adult social care, particularly in light of the impact of Covid. Improvements in fundamental council services, particularly the sub-standard maintenance of roads and pavements is also a priority for her.

Bette MellingBette Melling

Bette was born and bred in Lancashire but has spent most of her adult life in Buckinghamshire. She worked in Whitehall for 30 years, mainly on trade and industry policy and in the Office of Manpower Economics. After retiring from the Civil Service, she was involved in the development of a quality standard for extra-curricular activities in schools which aimed to increase children's interest in careers in business. Volunteer work includes seven years as a school governor and a key role in a project to fund and build a village playground. Bette is married with one daughter and two small granddaughters.