A list of our candidates for the 2019 borough elections


The upcoming elections on 2 May are important because they give you the chance to decide who sits on the High Peak Borough Council. The type of council we get affects decisions on planning, waste and recycling, tax, and protection of green spaces - something that impacts everyone in the High Peak.  

Want to know who to vote for in your area? Here's our list of candidates:

Barms - Daniel David Mayers

Blackbrook - Joshua James Bennett

Burbage - Ivor Paul Lewis

Buxton Central - Eileen Jane Reynolds

Chapel East - Jeremy Peter Wight

Chapel West - Philip John Taylor

Corbar - Peter Colin Crook

Cote Heath

Dinting - Holly McBride


Hadfield North - Robyn Louise Summers

Hadfield South - Peter James Tomlin

Hayfield - Susan Anne Shipley

Hope Valley (2) - Joanna Wiehe Collins

                       - Charlotte Nancy Farrell

Howard Town - Robert Anton Hodgetts-Haley

Limestone Peak - Daniel John Arabin Wimberley

New Mills East - Dee Sayce

New Mills West - Hazel May Body

Old Glossop - Paul Matthew Bohan

Padfield - Rachel Jane Robinson

Sett - Michael John Shipley

Simmondley - Melanie Denise O'Brien

St John's

Stone Bench - Guy Martin Rees

Temple - Ben Evens

Tintwistle - Luke Nicholas Robinson

Whaley Bridge - Lucas Jones

Whitfield - Patricia Anne Thompson


* If you don't see a name next to your ward, this means we don't have a candidate to stand. Would you be interested in representing the Green Party next time? Join us and help make a difference > 

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  • affordable housing

  • help for high streets

  • support for small businesses & people moving to self-employment

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