Mark has been a Chertsey councillor for nine years, representing St Ann's ward at Runnymede Borough Council and the Chertsey division at Surrey County Council (where he is also the Surrey Cabinet Member for Adults).
At the last election Mark pledged to get involved and help the community and he has lived up to that promise.
As Chairman of the Cricket Club, Vice Chair and ‘tannoy announcer’ at the football club, Stepgates School governor, Goose Fair organiser and Black Cherry Fair committee member, board member for charitable trusts, and regular dog walker, Mark makes sure that he hears what is going on in the town, listens to residents and, where possible, resolves local concerns.
He says: "Chertsey is my home; I’ve lived here with my wife and two sons for over 30 years and it is very important to me.
Irrespective of politics, I hope that you all feel you can talk to me about any subject that is important to you, and I would be really proud and honoured if you choose me to continue to represent you."
If re-elected Mark is working to introduce an 'on demand' bus service for everyone, connecting locally within Chertsey and across Egham and Addlestone. He will also be introducing a new ‘Facebook” page called ‘Chertsey Eye’ where residents can report anti-social behaviour.
Contact Mark at email@example.com or call 07565 501922.