Simon Brew worked as a technical consultant and project manager for IBM for nearly 30 years, and he still runs a small PC maintenance business.
Simon is a strong supporter of the Purley & Woodcote Residents' Association, Purley Rotary & Purley Businss Improvement District (BID); he also volunteers as an IT buddy at the Carer Support Centre in George Street, Croydon, and with the Purley Job Club based in Purley Baptist Church.
He has lived in Purley for over 35 years and raised his three children here, and he now has eight grand-children. He is a motor-cycling and cycling enthusiast, and keeps fit by cycling round Kenley Airfield, especially early in the morning. He struggles to improve the standard of his Duplicate Bridge play.
Oni has a strong affinity to Purley, having resided in the area for over 27 years.
She runs her own Management Consultancy, advising the Public, Private and Third Sector on best practice Procurement, Supply chain and Logistics management. She also lectures on Procurement and Supply Chain Management to first and second year degree students in Croydon and across London.
Oni attends the local Coulsdon West Residents Association meetings as well as being involved in the Purley and Woodcote Residents Association meetings and has a passion for the ongoing development and betterment of Purley.
Oni currently serves as a Governor of a school in the borough.
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. He was deputy Mayor in 2013.
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