Sir Christopher Chope

Paul Hilliard

Paul represents Mudeford, Stanpit and West Highcliffe on BCP Council the Unitary higher level authority to Highcliffe and Walkford.

Robert Dickson

Sue Skinner

Nicki France

Tom Brindley

Tom has a long history in local government, first as a parish councillor in Buckinghamshire, then Hertfordshire and as a district councillor in Hertfordshire. He has served as parish clerk and responsible financial officer to seven councils. Tom moved to the New Forest in 2021 and was clerk to Burley parish council until June 2023. Tom also serves as a councillor on Lymington and Pennington Town Council where he lives.

Portrait of Councillor John Webster

John Webster

John has been a resident of Highcliffe for 14 years after moving here from Brazil. He has lived and worked in international locations for most of his 45 years career as a Quality Consultant.

He now has time and the enthusiasm to be able to provide assistance in improving the local community via the council in what is a spectacular area to live.

Sue Walter

David Martin

Robin Ede

Robin and his wife have lived in Highcliffe over 50 years . The village was initially selected as it had reasonable access to Southampton and Bournemouth, had a high school with an excellent educational reputation, the first premium beach travelling west of Southampton and a village set in a green canopy of trees.

On arrival in this area Robin opened an office in Southampton for a Scottish  Assurance Company, later  moving to a firm of Lloyds Brokers before establishing his own firm as Independent Financial Advisers

His past local interests include being Chairman of Highcliffe Scouts and Secretary of Highcliffe Residents Association

His prime interest as a local Parish Councillor is to assist in improving local infrastructure, renovating the clifftop paths and steps and overall aiming to improve local facilities and welfare opportunities for residents.