Councillor Robin Pilley

Robin has worked in Haverhill for more than 20 years. He transformed the derelict Bell Inn on the High Street into the Nine Jars creating jobs and apprenticeships for young people and improving the look of our town centre. He is passionate about the future prosperity of Haverhill town which is why he stood in the By Election in May 2018.

In 2019 he was elected Chairman of the West Suffolk Branch of Haverhill Conservatives.

As a Borough Councillor he has alsways put the needs of Haverhill residents at the heart of everything he does. In particular he campaigns on the following issues;

  • Improving health provision in Haverhill
  • A new bus services from Haverhill to West Suffolk Hospital
  • Attracting new businesses to our town centre, creating jobs
  • Greater investment in our local services
  • Regenerating Haverhill High Street
  • Creating opportunities for our young people
  • Freezing our Council Tax for another FOUR years

After boundary changes, Robin is one of three Conservative Candidates standing for Clare, Hundon & Kedington ward in the West Suffolk Elections on 2nd May. The other two are Karen Richardson and Marion Rushbrook. 

See Also

Councillor Carol Bull

Carol is the Conservative Candidate for Barningham ward in the West Suffolk Elections on 2nd May.
She is also an Officer of West Suffolk Conservative Association and sits on the Development Control and Performance and Audit Committees of St. Edmundsbury Borough Council. Married with two children, she was born in Cheshire, educated in Surrey and has lived in Suffolk villages for over 40 years, the last seven in Hopton

Councillor Stephen Edwards

Stephen is standing for the West Suffolk District seat of Newmarket North in the forthcoming election on 2nd May 2019.

County Councillor Colin Noble

Colin is Conseravtive candidate for the Lakenheath Ward of West Suffolk Council for the elections on 2nd May 2019. He is also Suffolk County Councillor for Row Heath
Colin lives in Lakenheath with his partner Lisa and has been a Councillor since 2006, firstly on Suffolk County Council and since 2011 on Forest Heath District Council as well.

Councillor Andy Drummond

Candidate for Newmarket West
Andy has served on Forest Heath District Council representing St. Mary's Ward, Newmarket where he was portfolio holder for Leisure & Culture in Forest Heath,and is now standing as Candidate for West Suffolk District Council and also Newmarket Town Council.

Councillor Brian Harvey

Brian is Candidate for Manor Ward
Brian has lived in the village of Worlington for the past twenty-two years. Married with two children and three grandchildren, Brian enjoys gardening and playing golf. He enjoys travelling and is interested in current affairs.