Hannah Land is an experienced occupational therapist, currently working for the University Hospitals NHS Trust. While living in Greater Manchester and now in Bramcote, she has always served her local community, including working with Street Angels, refugee projects, church youth groups and choirs. Her passion is health care issues.
Ian Tyler spent his working life in textiles: fashion fabrics, industrial garments and personal protection equipment. He values his community and enjoys trying to improve it for the benefit of all. He served as a Bramcote councillor for 16 years until 2015 and has been involved with Neighbourhood Watch. He currently chairs the Bramcote Park Community Cafe.
David Watts has lived in Bramcote for 22 years. He was a Borough Councillor for 16 years, representing Bramcote until 2015. David has been a parent governor at Bramcote Hills Primary School, where both his children attended, and he has also been a director at both Attenborough Nature Reserve visitors centre and the Beeston Volunteer Bureau. He was the founder and first chair of the Bramcote Hills Park Community Cafe and remains a board member and trustee of the project. By profession David is a solicitor and works for a firm based in Nottingham City Centre.
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