Kieron Mallon

Banbury Town Councillor for Easington South Ward
Cherwell District Councillor for Banbury Calthorpe and Easington Ward
Oxfordshire County Councillor for Bloxham and Easington Division

Kieron was first elected to Local Government in Banbury in 1997. He currently represents southern Banbury on Banbury Town Council, Cherwell District Council and Oxfordshire County Council. His continuing motivation for public service comes from a resolute commitment to Banbury Town and improving opportunities for the next generation. Over his 20 years+ service, he has been a vocal campaigner for residents and helped to shape several local initiatives. He was instrumental in the delivery of Cherwell District Council’s Build! project which has provided over 120 affordable homes in the town and helped to reinstate community bus routes including the B1 in Easington, the B7a in Grimsbury and the B8 in Hardwick. He formerly led the Council's "brighter futures" programme which focused on improving outcomes for disadvantaged families and established Banbury Town Council’s snow wardens’ scheme.

Kieron is an ardent Horton General Hospital campaigner and serves on the Horton HOSC Committee which was set up to scrutinise the decision made by Oxfordshire University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUHFT) to downgrade the Horton’s maternity provision to a midwife-led only unit. His army background makes him a strong advocate of our armed forces. Kieron is the current Leader of Banbury Town Council. He is proud that under Conservative leadership, Banbury Town Council has not increased its share of residents' Council Tax bills for 9 years. 

 

News

Horton scrutiny body granted expanded remit

Powers for local Councillors to scrutinise plans concerning the future of the Horton General Hospital have been strengthened after Conservative-led Oxfordshire County Council agreed to revise the scope of the Horton Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Horton HOSC).

Local County Councillor welcomes A361 improvements

Important works to improve safety on the A361 are now complete. The 16km road between Banbury and Chipping Norton has benefitted from a £4 million investment after the Road Safety Foundation identified it as one of the 50 sections of A-class roads in the UK with the highest risk of accidents.

Councillors urge CCG to hear obstetric unit evidence in Horton fight

As scrutiny of the decision to downgrade maternity provision at the Horton General Hospital continues, local Councillors have urged the CCG to hear evidence from other small obstetric-led maternity units before making their final decisions about the permanent future of maternity services in Banbury.

Banbury Conservatives give evidence at key Horton Hospital meeting

Banbury Conservatives were pleased to stand with local residents in continuing to fight for the reinstatement of obstetric-led maternity services at the Horton General Hospital at a meeting of the Horton Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (HHOSC) today.

Banbury's Bloxham Road junction resurfaced

The junction of Bloxham Road and Oxford Road in Banbury is running smoothly again thanks to major resurfacing improvements undertaken by Conservative-led Oxfordshire County Council.

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