Town Councillors

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.

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."

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.

Sally Pond

Cllr. Sally Pond is the Deputy Leader of Whitehill Town Council, Vice Chair of Whitehill Town Councils Staffing Committee and is an active member of the Policy & Resources Committee and of the Advisory Policy and Editorial Groups.

Tony Muldoon

Tony was re-elected to East Hants District Council and Whitehill Town Council on 7th May 2015.  At that time he said, "My wife, Christine and I have lived in this area for 36 years and brought up two daughters here. I am retired from local government, giving me relevant experience and time for the work of representing you. I have been working with colleagues to make sure that the things you want for our town will be encompassed in the exciting future we have planned.

Alan Waterhouse

Cllr.  Alan Waterhouse is the District Councillor for Pinewood. 


Alex Hunt

Alex was elected to Alton Town Council to represent Alton Ashdell on 7th May 2015.  At that time he said, "I am standing for election as a town councillor in Alton partly because of personal interest in politics, but also wanting to be involved in the running of my hometown. I grew up in Alton and watched the way it has evolved over the past 20 years. Having grown up in Alton and now working here, it is important to me that Alton stays as a warm and friendly place and I hope contribute to that by becoming a town councillor."

Peter Hicks

Peter was re-elected to Alton Town Council to represent Alton Eastbrooke on 7th May 2015.  At that time he said, "I have been a resident of Alton for nearly 30 years and for the last 15 years I have worked and lived within the Eastbrooke ward and understand many of the local issues. Since being elected in 2011, and being Leader of the Town Council for the last 3 years, I have worked tirelessly to get the best outcomes for Alton. I will continue to work with my Conservative District Council colleagues to make sure that Alton is never forgotten or neglected."

James Voller

James was elected to Alton Town Council to represent Holybourne on 7th May 2015.  At that time he said, "As a teenager, I attended Alton College and moved here in 2003. Since 2011, I have been living in the Holybourne ward with my wife Fee and our three children. I believe our community has a great future ahead, with real opportunities just around the corner. I would very much like to see the character of our neighbourhoods preserved during the roll out of the Neighbourhood Plan."

Matthew Bayliss

Matthew was re-elected to Alton Town Council to represent Alton Westbrooke on 7th May 2015.  At that time he said, "I have worked hard to drive progress on the many issues facing our town and ward. For example, I have championed the extension to the 20 mph zone in the centre of town and I am pleased to say this looks set to be implemented. There are many key projects currently affecting our town – the Sport Centre and Coors brewery being two - and I will use my experience of the last 4 years to help steer these to a successful conclusion."