Councillor Lindsay Burtenshaw – Chairman.
Chartered Surveyor. Practised estate management in Sussex after graduating from Reading University in 1975. Moved to Hampshire in 1998 as resident land agent on Somerley Estate. Joined the Parish Council in 2008.
Now a freelance land consultant. Interested in all aspects of rural life.
Freelance cameraman and lighting designer.
Born and lived in parish for many years. Parish councillor since 2006. Interested in engineering of all kinds, the New Forest and its wildlife.
Councillor Patrick Webster
Has lived in Ibsley for over 50 years. He is the longest serving member of parish council.
He is particularly concerned with rights of way and the management of Blashford Lakes and the welfare of wildlife.
Councillor Laura Stainton-Burrell
Born in Lyndhurst and attended schools in Poulner and Ringwood. Married with grown up children. Taught in a Bournemouth Primary School for 16 years and formerly worked in the National Health with people with specific learning needs.
Her family have a small business, Hockey’s Farm Shop, butchery and cafe and a small holding. They also exercise our Rights to Common and Pannage.
Laura says “I have always loved the Forest and am a keen supporter of the area. I remain committed to its continued care and development for both young & older farmers and as an area of tourism; it’s a very beautiful place to live.”
Councillor Gordon Taylor
Gordon was co-opted in June 2018.
Currently a Vice President Marketing for a Medical Device company, Gordon has worked in Healthcare Marketing & General Management and lived & worked in many countries around the world for almost 20 years. He also focuses on professional development and helping small businesses, with a Professional Certificate in Coaching at Henley Business School. Also, Chair of Trustees for the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society.
Married to Fiona, a human & animal physiotherapist, with 3 teenage children, a horse, 2 dogs & 3 cats. They have lived in Ibsley since 2010.
Gordon is particularly interested in the sustainability of the New Forest; the balance of maintaining the natural environment with thriving local small businesses and a strong community.
All Register of members’ interests forms can be viewed on the NFDC website – http://www.newforest.gov.uk/article/11456/Parish–Town-Council-Members-Register-of-Interests