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Cllr Catherine Faulks
Catherine was elected a Councillor in Norland Ward in 2011, and in Campden Ward in 2014. She has served as Chairman of Adult Social Care, Vice Chair of the Family and Children's Services Scrutiny Committee and is currently the Council’s Lead Member for the Economy, Employment and Innovation. She was a Governor of the Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust and a member of the bi-borough Adoption Panel and is currently a Governor of the Fox School Foundation. Catherine has lived in RBKC with her family and dogs for over 30 years, and has started two businesses in the borough.
Lloyd was born in London and has lived locally for most of his life. Lloyd's early career was spent serving in the British Merchant Navy, home and abroad. He also worked for his family property company, which specialised in conservation and restoration of historic buildings, which is where he gained his keen interest in our rich local history and architecture. More recently he has worked as an Events Manager at the British Library, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the Lyric Theatre. Now, he volunteers at local community projects. Having served for the past 10 years as a school governor, on a Safer Neighbourhoods Panel, Conservation Area charity and for two years at a local food-bank. Lloyd believes we live in such a wonderful borough and aims to represent the residents of Campden Ward.
Preety was born in India to parents with British passports and arrived in this country as a teenager. Her parents worked hard and bought their council house, benefitting from a highly successful Conservative policy. She worked at BNP Paribas, the French bank, and AIG, the US insurance company, but retired 19 years ago when she had her second child. She have lived in Campden Ward for over 30 years.
Preety has been an active volunteer, including for a local hospice, two local schools and the NHS during the lockdown. She has also campaigned for the Conservatives since 2015.