Simon Brew is retired, having previously worked as a technical consultant and project manager for IBM for nearly 30 years; he still runs his own PC maintenance business.
He has lived in Purley for over 30 years and raised his three children here. He has six grand-children and struggles to improve his bridge-playing skills.
He is a motor-cycling and cycling enthusiast, and enjoys cycling to and round Kenley Airfield, especially early in the morning.
Badsha is a successful local businessman who lives with his wife and three children in Purley where he has been a resident for 34 years. Since being elected in 2010, Badsha has promoted Purley regeneration and a safer and cleaner Purley. He is a believer in the preservation of a Purley pool and wants work to start on the two old Sainsbury sites. Within the council, he has served on scrutiny, licensing and planning committees. A qualified cricket coach and Chairman of Abahani Cricket Club, he is also a governor of Thomas More Catholic School and has served this year as Deputy Mayor of Croydon.
Donald has, for many years, been enthusiastically involved in the life and development of Purley. A retired management consultant, he has been a resident of Purley for 29 years and is married with one son and grandson. A Purley councillor since 2002 he has had particular involvement in scrutiny, health and financial control. Donald is keen to see development of the two former Sainsbury’s sites, efficient council services and the retention of a swimming pool in Purley. He is chairman of the Purley Safer Neighbourhood Panel and considers the reduction of crime to be a top priority.
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