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Jeff Davies, Chair

Shirley and I have enjoyed living in Chadwick End since 2002 and as a Parish Councillor I look forward to being involved in its future development. The bulk of my working life was spent in the Banking Industry and latterly 13 years as Bursar at Arden School in Knowle. Interests include voluntary work, playing tennis and racketball, gardening and watching my football team, Sheffield Wednesday. We have 2 children Carolyn and James who both live locally.

Andrew Taylor, Vice Chair

I moved to Chadwick End in January 2020 and live with my wife Fionuala and her two adult sons. We have all enjoyed the move here and really value the village life hence why I am keen to get involved with the Parish Council to support and give something back to the community. I hope to live here for many years and look forward to being an active member of the council. By profession I work in Banking and am also a Chartered Director. 

Jayne Warminton, Councillor

Having grown up and lived locally to Chadwick End all my life, I have known this area for a very long time, so as soon as my  husband, myself and our two daughters moved  here in 2010, we settled in straight away and have felt at home ever since. I love both the village and the surrounding countryside which I enjoy through walking my dogs and riding my horse, Fudge. I am also a very keen vegetable grower. Now retired, I am one of the volunteers that run the Village Coffee Morning once a month which has enabled me to meet many neighbours and make new friends.   It was the enjoyment that I get from that, that prompted me join the Parish Council as I would like to see more community events taking place and hope that the Village Hall can become a real “Hub” for the village and it’s residents. My work life was mainly administration and I was Chairperson of my daughter’s junior school’s PTA, so I am used to team work and look forward to working with my colleagues on the Parish Council in the interests of Chadwick End and its residents.

Duncan Mathison, Councillor

I moved to the village in 2011.  My wife and I both grew up in Solihull and having lived in a few other places are happily settled back in this area.  We came here to be able to enjoy a little more space, fresh air and peace and quiet.  I work full-time in a Business Planning role but am happy to use a bit of my spare time to try and have a positive impact on our community, and I gain a lot personally through meeting other volunteers.

Kerry Finlayson, Parish Clerk

I joined the Parish Council in November 2018. I live in Coventry with my 3 teenage children, Romy, Freddie & Alfie. I undertake this role in addition to my main job as cabin crew..

If you would like to get in touch, please email me at This is a part time post and I work 4 hours per week at various times so please be patient as you may not receive an immediate response.