People

Victoria Prentis

MP for North Oxfordshire
Victoria Prentis was born at the Horton General Hospital. She grew up on the mixed family farm in Aynho and has always lived locally. She has been Member of Parliament for North Oxfordshire since May 2015.

Banbury Calthorpe: Eddie Reeves

Eddie was elected County Councillor for Calthorpe Division in May 2017. He lives and works right in the heart of the division. Like most hard-working people, he believes that politics is about finding solutions to problems, not problems to politicise.

Banbury Hardwick: Tony Ilott

Already a Town and District Councillor for Hardwick, Tony was elected to represent the area on the County Council in May 2017.

Bicester North: Lawrie Stratford

Lawrie has lived in Bicester since 1992 and firmly believes in local solutions for local people. A local Councillor at Town, District and County levels over a period of 16 years, he has been a focal part of the team delivering those solutions for Bicester and the wider community.

Bicester Town: Michael Waine

Michael has represented the residents of Bicester Town on Oxfordshire County Council since 2005. He was born in Bicester and spent his professional career educating the town's next generation with early work at St. Edburg’s School and then as Headteacher at Glory Farm.

Deddington: Arash Fatemian

Arash was re-elected County Councillor for the Deddington division in May 2017 having represented the area since 2013. In that time Arash has fought passionately to represent the concerns of residents across the division's 13 parishes on a wide variety of local issues, from potholes to fighting a

Otmoor: Dan Sames

Already a Bicester Town and District Councillor, Dan was elected to represent Otmoor on the County Council in May 2017. Living on Langford and travelling across the Otmoor Division for his daily commute, Dan is well placed to tackle issues in Bicester and the villages within the Division alike.

Ploughley: Ian Corkin

Ian was elected County Councillor for the Ploughley Division in May 2017. He is passionate about the needs of the rural community, from protecting each village's unique heritage to the farming economy, broadband, tackling rural isolation and improving local roads.

Wroxton and Hook Norton: George Reynolds

George has represented the villages of Northern Cherwell on Oxfordshire County Council and Cherwell District Council for almost 20 years on OCC and 35 years on CDC. He is a passionate believer in local Government being readily accessible and delivering services quickly and efficiently.