People

Cllr Ewan Mackey

Ewan represents Sutton Trinity Ward, covering Whitehouse Common, Maney, Tudor Hill, the Defence Estates, Falcon Lodge, Little Sutton, Moor Hall and the Town Centre. He has lived on Lichfield Road for 16 years with his wife Julia and his two children. He runs his own businesses transferring VHS to DVD and producing safety and rescue equipment for the emergency services.

Cllr Jackie Cummins - Mere Green

Jackie lives locally and runs a small business which helps other businesses and individuals to develop and grow. Jackie is actively involved in a number of community organisations, the business community and was very proud to be elected as a Town Councillor for Mere Green in 2018.

Cllr Alex Yip - Wylde Green

Alex Yip has been a resident in Walmley Village for over 15 years and a campaigner for protecting the Green Belt and local services. 

Cllr Alison Jolley - Vesey

“Before retiring I enjoyed working as a senior nurse in a variety of community settings, eventually totalling 32 years for the NHS.

Cllr David Allan - Trinity

David Allan has lived in Sutton Coldfield for 45 years with his wife and four children. David is a Chartered Engineer with a career in the UK electricity industry culminating as the manager of a large power station and as an engineering consultant. He was also a Governor of Bishop Vesey for eight years.

Cllr John Cooper - Walmley & Minworth

“I have lived in our community for almost 50 years and love the town, my three children have been educated here and two work in the town, I wish to contribute to the towns growth and success, having a town council is a wonderful opportunity to make this an even better place to live and work and b

Cllr Harry Parmar - Roughley

Harry lives locally and works for a large international company, managing finance. Harry is also involved in the local community through a number of organisations and works hard to get young people more involved in sport.

Cllr Jane Mosson - Roughley

Jane Mosson has lived in Four Oaks for many years and has a grandson at a local primary school. ‘‘We are privileged to live in a beautiful area and I want to help to make sure it remains that way. I would like to see enhanced cleaning and extra bins throughout the area. I have worked in management within mail order, IT, tele-communications and currently in shop fitting and am used to working to budgets and keeping costs down.

Cllr Dominic McDonough - Walmley & Minworth

“I am very proud to live in Walmley and I am even prouder to represent our community on the Town Council. I work locally and run the Walmley & Minworth News Facebook page which promotes local business, events and is a centre of discussion for local residents.