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Wednesday November 21, 2018

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John MacPherson

John MacPherson

I was born in Oxfordshire but have lived most of my life in Yorkshire. My wife Liz and I moved to Sessay in 2003, realising a long-held ambition to buy a Butterfield house. I am very interested in the history of the village and have been a member of the History Society since its inception. Having joined the parish council in 2005 I thoroughly enjoy the challenges and experiences of helping shape the future of this community. I have always loved the great outdoors and was a keen pot-holer and rock-climber. Although  I now confine myself to walking, I completed all the 3,000 ft mountains of Scotland in 2011 and still go on regular back-packing trips to the Highlands.

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Sandra WindrossSandra Windross

Hi, I'm Sandra Windross and I became Parish Clerk in March 2017.

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Simon Walburn

Simon Walburn

I was born in Ripon and, apart from 6 years in Hertfordshire and London, have lived in North Yorkshire all my life. My wife and I moved to Pilmoor 38 years ago and set up a pig breeding enterprise which we ran for 25 years. I then spent 10 years with DuPont advising farmers on use of company products. Now semi-retired I enjoy the peace and quiet of our lovely countryside and believe our environment should be protected. My wife and I have an ongoing commitment to the community. Our three children attended the village school and my wife is a school governor.

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Darren RatcliffeDarren Ratcliffe

I am a chartered architect and have lived in Sessay with my wife Janet for 15 years, Janet is a driving force in the Village History Project. I worked in local government as a Conservation Architect for 9 years before joining English Heritage in 1999. I am now Historic Places Adviser for Historic England the Northwest. I have a passion for new and old buildings, the natural environment and ecology. Sessay is an inspiring place and full of interesting people. My job involves working closely with people to help them achieve their ambitions, so I am delighted to have been appointed to Sessay PC, the next few years will be an exciting time for our parish as the community delivers its Parish Plan.    

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Dave WilloughbyDavid Willoughby

I moved to Sessay in January 2011. I am a retired Engineering Manager who has spent most of of my leisure time competing and officiating at sporting Motorcycle Trial events around the World. I am currently Treasurer of Sessay Parochial Church Council and my wife is a volunteer driver for Thirsk Community Care.

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