Parish Councillors

The Pendock Parish Councillors are:

Mr. Trevor Bell (Chair)

My wife and I are newcomers to the area, having retired from careers in
Finance while living in Jersey in the Channel Islands. We returned to
the mainland in 2000 and then moved to Upper Pendock in 2015. I am a
keen photographer, having until recently been Vice Chair of Beacon
Camera Club in Malvern, and enjoy an involvement with local field sports
and working our dogs. We find that our area and particularly our parish
is a wonderful location and, through my role as Parish Councillor, I
will seek to ensure that we protect that which makes it so special.

Mrs. Sue Giles (Vice-Chair)

I have lived with my husband and family in Pendock for nearly 30 years. Originally a farmer's daughter, I have mainly lived in the countryside, apart from times when my studies and career as a Primary Teacher took me to various towns and cities. I belong to many local groups and societies taking an active part in them. I believe Pendock and the area is a wonderful place to live.

Mr. John Davison

We moved to Upper Pendock from Tewkesbury on the 5th May 1985.

"We" consisted of myself, my wife Rosey and our daughters Lucy and Amy together with two cocker spaniels Phoebe and Betty as well as Clinger our cat.

Although the house and garden needed a huge amount of work and TLC it was the best move we could have made especially with the uninterrupted views of the Malvern Hills from our house and garden.

I was in the Sports Travel business for over 30 years and retired in 2011.

Since retiring I have more than plenty gardening to do and also play golf regularly in Malvern.

Mr. Martin Embley

Born in Birmingham 1959.

Lived in Pendock for 22 years

Married to Andrea for 33 years

Was Community First Responder for the area with Worcestershire Ambulance Services .

Played local football for Staunton  also Managed and was Chairman for the club.

Have two dogs Bella and Louis.


Mr. Simon Fellows 

Mr. Ernest Platt

Mr. Robin Williams

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