Little Stour and Adisham: Louise Jones

I was born and bred in this city and I am raising my family here. I run a business in Canterbury and I strongly believe our local democracy needs to be more representative of those it serves – people of all ages, people studying, people working and people with families.

I am immensely proud of Canterbury and wish to assist its continued development and improvement for everyone who lives and works here.

After attending Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar School I studied Law at University to a Masters Level. I then worked in the legal industry before returning home in 2010 to run my family’s business, which has been in Canterbury since 1987.

I feel passionately about engaging young people in business and passing on the life skills needed for success in working life.

I also have a focus on crime reduction across the city and I am a board member of Canterbury’s District Watch.

I look forward to meeting many of you  soon.




See Also

Chestfield: Pat Todd

A retired police officer, married with two adult children and five grandchildren, I have lived and worked in our district for 45 years.

Seasalter: Ashley Clark

Born in Whitstable and educated at Simon Langton Grammar School in Canterbury, Ashley retired from Kent County Constabulary in 2004 as Head of its Frontier Operations Department following some 30 years' service much of which was spent working alongside French counterparts.

Seasalter: Colin Spooner

I have lived and worked here for 10 years with my wife Julie. We have three grown-up daughters and four grandchildren 

Tankerton: Neil Baker

I have represented Tankerton since 2011 having previously taken a keen interest in the role the local authority plays in the area, wider town and district for some time, be it working as a local journalist, playing an active part in local groups or just as someone who is interested through having had ancestors in the town since at least 1725.