|Bryn Morgan is a retired Psychologist, having previously spent some years both in industry and academic publishing before taking up posts in teaching and lecturing on Business Studies and Management.
He has been a parish clerk and a parish councillor for more than 25 years, much of which time was spent here in Surrey as well as serving as a Waverley councillor for the previous eight years.
Before moving to Rushmoor, twenty years ago, he served on a parish council, as village hall chairman and as a parochial church council member in the parish of High Easter, responsible for organising the fund-raising and overseeing the parish hall re-building programme together with the provision of a new sports ground. As the first Clerk to a newly independent Churt parish, he was closely involved with organising the independence of Churt from Frensham and the re-building of a modern pavilion for the Churt recreation ground.
At Waverley, Bryn had three major projects: firstly, he was responsible for introducing the present blue re-cycling bin scheme, after much consultation locally, and which most have judged a success. He introduced what is popularly known as the “scores-on-the-doors” scheme for rating restaurant and food shops hygiene on a one to five scale. Less successfully, however, Bryn was responsible for planning at Waverley, but failed to persuade central government to fully take account of the special countryside and environment of areas such as Rushmoor and Frensham when determining the required number of houses and development levels to be imposed as local government targets.
His current interests include membership of several local organisations in Waverley and a personal interest in target shooting. His principal objectives for the parish, at the present time, include securing good value for money from parish council services and a fair slice of the financial cake for Rushmoor. Road safety issues with respect to the Rushmoor Straight and the availability of fibre-broadband are priorities, too, together with restrictions on the use of motor vehicles, of both the four-wheel and two-wheel variety, on Frensham Common, and liaison with the MoD and their Landmark agents for full public access to Hankley Common.
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