COUNCILLORS

Chairman

John deGraft-Johnson served previously on the Council as Treasurer. He is a businessman and has lived in the village for eleven years. He has been Chairman of the Village Hall Committee for a number of years and has been active in fundraising for various village events. He believes that the Parish Council should be ‘Representative, Responsive and Responsible.’
Stable House, The Street, Ickham CT31QN
jdegraftjohnson@me.com

Vice Chairman. Highways Officer


Kim Tatman is a retired IT project manager who has lived in Bramling for thirteen years. He chairs the Bramling Charity Fund which has raised over £40,000 for the Pilgrims Hospices. He will continue to fight for greater road safety and a reduction in traffic speed and volumes, as well as pressing Kent Highways to keep local roads in good repair.
Apple Tree Cottage, Bramling, CT3 1NB.
kim.tatman@btinternet.com

Finance Officer


Stephen Hipkin is new to the Parish Council. He is an economic and social historian of early modern Kent (currently working on land ownership and occupation in this area during the eighteenth century) and has lived in Ickham for the past eleven years. Stephen is keen to help ensure the collective voice of Ickham & Well continues to be heard in the corridors of power.
Broachers Cottage, Ickham Court Farm, Ickham, CT3 1QQ
s.a.hipkin@gmail.com

Little Stour & NG Representative


Geraldine Wyant is a retired farmer and has been a Parish Councillor for fourteen years. She is also our Churchwarden. She hopes to continue as a link with the farming community in our Parish and maintain a tie with the church. Geraldine will take an active role in keeping our rivers and streams in good repair.
Heelaway, Wingham Road, Littlebourne, CT3 1UP
geraldine@kola18.demon.co.uk
Lynn S

Village Hall Management Committee Representative


Lynn Shouls is joining the Parish Council for the first time. She will also sit on the Village Hall committee. Lynn is a City lawyer, and has lived in Ickham for five years. She supports a number of environmental and conservation charities, and is particularly keen to help the Parish to maintain safe, clean, and attractive villages and countryside.
Mulberry House, Ickham Court Farm, Ickham, CT3 1QQ
lynnshouls@hotmail.com
Kate R

Footpaths Warden. First Aider


Kate Richards is a mum of two boys and has lived in Ickham for 9 years. She has been a parish councillor for the last 20 months and having been brought up in a village community herself firmly believes in the virtues of village life. She would like all those who come to Ickham to see it as the way she sees it, a clean, pretty, pleasant place to be. Kate is in charge of the footpaths, being an avid dog walker, and is also the local community first aider.
Victoria Cottage, The Street, Ickham, CT3 1QT
kek.jbr@btinternet.com
Pat H

Parish Clerk

Pat Heath has worked both in software development and as a process consultant in local government until her retirement. She moved to Ickham in 2011 and has immersed herself in the local community. On weekdays, she volunteers at Wickhambreaux CE School.
2 Treasury View, Ickham, CT3 1QY
IckhamPC@aol.com

2017 Councillors’ Code of Conduct

2017 Standing Orders