Andy Watt

I was born in Edinburgh and educated in Scotland before moving to London where I joined British Rail as a train driver.  After 3 years I left to work for Natwest Bank (for over 20 years) and then moved into Finance.

I have 3 children, 3 step children and 5 grandchildren.

I became a Parish Councillor in 2015; I have a passion for local issues and the ability to empathise with young and old alike.  I would like to see the village keep its green boundaries, which I feel are essential not only for we residents' wellbeing, but also to help the children of our community to learn about life and nature and to enjoy the great outdoors.

I have lived in the village with my wife and family for over 8 years and edit the local Parish Newsletter and run our own community radio station.

As Councillors we do not have the power to change our little corner of the world in major ways, but we do have the ability to make smaller but significant changes and to guide local government through our comments and suggestions on matters which affect our parish.  This is why it is so important for you, the parishioners of this beautiful little village, to talk to us about your concerns and needs.  Working together we can shape a better future.