Hartley Wintney

Hartley Wintney Conservative councillors are Anne Crampton, Andrew Renshaw and Tim Southern. 

Anne Crampton

Anne was first elected in May 2011 to the Eversley ward now part of the Hartley Wintney ward. As well as being a Councillor for Hart District Council, she also is a member of the Fleet Hospital and Community Friends Committee. She Chairs the Districts Health and Wellbeing Forum and is a Hampshire and I.O.W. Local Government Association nominated member of the Hampshire Health and Wellbeing Board.

Anne can be contacted by phone, 01189731567, e mail Anne.crampton@hart.gov.uk or her face book page or by twitter @drcrampton.

She first moved to Eversley in 2001 with her husband Andrew  who was then a Pediatrician at the Royal Berkshire Hospital and her two daughters Emily and Sophie. Sophie went to Farnborough sixth form college.

Anne was a General Practitioner for twenty years and worked in the NHS for a total of thirty seven years initially as a medical laboratory scientist before going on to study medicine  and qualifying as a Doctor in 1985.

Andrew Renshaw

Andrew Renshaw was first elected to represent the Hartley Wintney ward on Hart Council in May 2015.

He has been a member of Winchfield Parish Council since 1982 and has been chairman since 1997. He can be contacted by email at andrew.renshaw@talbothays.co.uk and by phone on 01252 843566. He has a Twitter account @SaveWinchfield where his profile states he is a writer, farmer and conservationist.

He has a small herd of pedigree British White beef cattle on his farm at Winchfield where he has lived since 1976.

Andrew had a career in local newspapers. He joined the Aldershot News in 1971 and worked in various roles, including chief reporter and deputy chief sub-editor, before becoming editor of the Basingstoke Gazette in 1982. He later edited the Woking News & Mail.

He played cricket for 25 years at Eversley CC where he is now president. He is a vice-president of Hampshire CCC where he was once on the committee and edited the club’s annual handbook.

He edited ‘Wisden on the Great War: the Lives of Cricket’s Fallen 1914-1918’ and was co-author of ‘The Wisden Collector’s Guide’ with Jonathan Rice. He has also written for Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack.

His wife Rosalind, whom he met while they were students at the University of Essex, also had a career in local newspapers and on trade magazines and now edits the acclaimed Property Industry Eye, a website providing daily news about the property industry. In May 2017 it was named Trade Magazine of the Year in the Property Press Awards.

Tim Southern

Tim was first elected in 2010 and is the Vice Chairman of Hartley Wintney Conservative Association and a trustee of Elvetham Charites – almshouses.

He has lived in Hart from January 1970, but with eleven years in Test Valley where he became a Councillor in 2001 and served for six years as Chairman of Planning.  He has two adult children with seven grandchildren!  Angela, his wife, worked as a radiographer in Andover war Memorial Hospital for 16 years from 2001, now retired.  They both attend and serve in St. John’s Church here in Hartley Wintney.

He has an engineering degree, M.A., from Cambridge, and worked for six years in the South Wales steel industry and then moved into computers, first working in the software industry and latterly as marketing manager for a major hardware company in the UK.  He is a Chartered Engineer (C.Eng) and also a Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP).  Also was a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (M.I.Mech. E). He remains a member of the British Computer Society, the institutional body for IT, and was a Liveryman in the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists.  He also served for many years on one of the committees for the Computer Software and Services Association.

He plays golf to a reasonable handicap and is very interested in Hazeley Heath and its management.

The local Conservative Councillors communicate regularly with residents through inTouch and are often out knocking on doors to hear residents views. If you would be able to deliver inTouch in your road, please drop us a line to hartley.wintney@nehc.org.uk.

The local Conservative branch also holds regular drinks, dinner and other events all year round. If you would like to come along to an event - even simply out of curiousity - do get in touch. You can either email us or give the office a ring on (01256) 473537.


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