As a member of the Ulster unionist party I have been a councillor since 1993 in the ballymoney borough council and now the causeway coast and Glens borough council.
My primary work as an aerial rigger in my local area compliments constituency work well. The church of God in Ballymoney has been is my place of worship where I am a Church Elder and involved in many church activities such as BB, music team and other outreach work.
I have an interest in motor bike racing, Gardening and astronomy.
Sandra sits as a Councillor within the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area, and primarily sat on Moyle District Council. She represents the Causeway Ward. She lives and works close to the Giants Causeway as a beef and sheep farmer.
Joan, with a background in Housing and Education, represents The Glens area of North Antrim. She sits on the Council's Committees on Planning, Leisure and Development and Corporate Policy.
Joan was Mayor of the Borough in 2017/18. Her main objective is to ensure her Constituents are well represented and her area remains sustainable and prosperous going forward. Her key interests are in the environment, agriculture and the economy. Joan is currently working on Council to provide much needed leisure facilities for Ballycastle and improved Broadband for the rural area. She is keen to see improvements in the local villages and economic benefits from tourism in her constituency.
Richard is an Ulster Unionist Councillor in Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council. Representing the Bann ward, he was first elected to council in 2011. Richard grew up on a dairy and beef farm and still lives on the family farm near Garvagh. He has spent a career in manufacturing working in planning and logistics, operations and as Managing Director within the SME sector.