John Culshaw

I moved to Whetstone in 1984 as a teenager after my father completed his 22 years’ service in the Army and choose to settle down in Whetstone, as it provided and continues to provide excellent job opportunities.  However, I left Whetstone in 1988 to join the RAF returning “home” in 2017 after almost 29 years service in the RAF.

I originally attended several meetings of the Whetstone Parish Council to request improvements to the open spaces of concern to me, and later when my mother who relied on a mobility scooter in her last few months to ask for improvements to the footpaths around the village.

Elected onto the Whetstone Parish Council in 2019, I am keen to build on the previous work completed by the Parish Council and seek to make further improvements in all areas for friends and residents alike, whilst sitting on the Public Open Spaces Working Party, building on previous successes.