District Councillors

Andrew Joy

Andrew has been County Councillor for Alton & Holybourne since 2009 and was re-elected in May 2017. He also represents Alton Ashdell ward on East Hampshire District Council.

Adam Carew

Adam has a proven record of action for residents in Whitehall, Bordon & Lindford. An experienced Town, District and County Councillor and former Town Mayor he has championed our community for over 12 years.

Robert Mocatta

Robert was elected to be the Conservative County Councillor for the Petersfield Butser division on 4th May 2017. He has also been the District Councillor for the East Meon Ward since May 2015.

Richard Millard

Richard was re-elected to represent Headley and Headley Down on the District Council on 7th May 2015. At that time he said, "We are very lucky to live in a safe and healthy environment and I remain passionate about protecting this for all to enjoy. Anthony Williams and I continue to work closely together to ensure Headley benefits from two dedicated, determined Councillors, who will take whatever steps are required to protect and support the needs of the community which we serve."

Julie Butler

Julie was re-elected to represent Petersfield Heath on the District Council on 7th May 2015 and was appointed duputy-leader in 2018.
Julie is also Deputy Chairman Political of the East Hampshire Conservative Association.

Graham Hill

Graham was elected to East Hants District Council to represent Alton Whitedown on 7th May 2015.  At that time he said, "I have lived in Alton with my family for 26 years. As District Councillor for Whitedown I want to ensure that: the Neighourhood Plan is fully implemented; a new Sports Centre is built; the vitality of the High Street is improved; progress is made on replacing the Community Centre; Altonians’ views are fully represented at EHDC and Hampshire County Council. My experience and future service as a Town Councillor will help me to achieve these objectives."

Robert Saunders

Robert was re-elected East Hants District Councillor for Alton Amery on 7th May 2015. At that time, he said: " It has been a great privilege to serve the Greenfields Estate as your Conservative Councillor.

Dean Phillips

Dean was re-elected as District & Town Councillor for Alton Eastbrooke on 7th May 2015. At that time he said, "I am seeking re-election because I am passionate about Alton Eastbrooke and meeting the needs of residents. I launched the Eastbrooke Project, which brings agencies and funds directly into our ward to help not just the vulnerable, but all of us.  This project gave birth to Alton Eastbrooke & Wooteys Residents Association. I’m Altonian, born and bred and the issues which affect you also affect me.

Edward Brandt

Edward was elected to East Hants District Council to represent Alton Westbrooke on 7th May 2015.  At that time he said, "Alton is the focal point of our area and the local jewel in the crown – a historic market town that needs the protection of people who care about it in this bustling modern world. Over the next decade Alton will grow. The Conservatives have a long-term plan to ensure that the necessary infrastructure and services are in place to ensure Alton remains a great place to live and work.

David Orme

David was re-elected as District Councillor for Alton Wooteys on 7th May 2015. At that time he said, "What’s important to me is ensuring we best provide for our growing population and enable our youngsters to live in and around Alton, giving a continuity which I feel is at the heart of this historic Market Town. Importantly, there is work that is just starting that needs to be completed and I’m really excited about the prospect of carrying on that work and continuing to make a difference.