Your Hurn Parish Councillors

Margaret Phipps

Margaret runs her own small business in Hurn. She has lived in the Parish since 1993 and became a Councillor in 1995.

She is actively involved in very many local issues and represents the Parish at numerous meetings with other Councils and organisations. Her particular interest is protecting the natural environment of Hurn.

Harvey Greenman

Harvey Greenman

Vice Chairman

01202 486367

harvey@hurnparishcouncil.org.uk

Register of interests

Harvey lives in West Hurn with his wife and two daughters. He has been a Parish Councillor since 2003. His responsibilities include managing Moors Close playground. Some years ago he secured funding to fence the play areas and has recently managed the replacement of the swings. Further repair work and replacements are planned.

There are many challenges facing Hurn and he is committed to preserving the character of our village for future generations.

Ian Evans

Ian is a retired languages lecturer, whose family came to live in Hurn in 1975, since when he has been interested in local affairs and issues.

In representing the Parishioners of Hurn, his priority is to try and give them an effective voice in matters which concern both them and the Parish.

Hazel Balkaya Shore

Hazel Balkaya Shore

Councillor

01202 485288

hazel@hurnparishcouncil.org.uk

Register of interests

Hazel moved to Hurn in 2013 with her family and runs Hurn Stores and Post Office. Having been in food production management for 15 years she wanted to be involved directly with customers in their community. Hazel hopes to give local parishioners a voice, as by being in the shop at the hub of Hurn Village, she is accessible daily.

Jenni Jones

Jenni Jones

Councillor

01202 485258

Register of interests

Mark Cranham

Mark has lived in Moors Close for 30 years with his wife and has brought up 3 children here, the youngest being 18.
As a family they have had an input to having the play parks in Moors Close both 18 years ago and to date.
He also liaises with Hurn Court quarry to ensure the parishes interests are upheld. Hurn is a beautiful village and he is committed to be the voice of the parishioners.