Your Liberal Democrat candidates for Winnersh

You can vote for up to 3 candidates in this election. The 3 with the highest number of votes will be elected. The Liberal Democrat candidates are:

Prue Bray

Prue Bray

I live in Winnersh with my family. I’ve been a Lib Dem borough councillor for Winnersh since 2000, and have helped hundreds of people, with a whole range of problems over the last 24 years.  I am the lead councillor for Children’s Services in Wokingham and Deputy Leader of the Borough Council.  I also serve the community as a parish councillor, and is a trustee of two charities, one which helps Winnersh residents on low incomes, and one which is aimed at tackling domestic abuse.I was awarded an MBE for my services to politics, both locally and nationally.  

I have built up a reputation as a champion for Winnersh and the residents who live here.  Alongside Rachelle Shepherd-DuBey and Paul Fishwick, I am proud to be part of the Winnersh Lib Dem councillor team, working hard together for the community where we all live.

Thank you, Winnersh, for your support in electing me in the past. I hope my record as a councillor has earned your trust and you will feel able to support me again this time.

Please vote for me again this year so that I can continue to represent you on the Borough Council.


Paul Fishwick

Paul Fishwick

I have lived in the area all my life and in Winnersh with my wife Lesley for over 18 years. Many of my grandchildren attend schools within Wokingham Borough. I have been a Borough Councillor for 5 years and I am currently the Executive member for active travel, transport and highways, a sector that I have worked in for over 43 years. I continue to keep pace with the changing world of transportation and highways to help with my role on the council.

I have been an active member of Winnersh Parish Council for over 6 years. My hobbies are climatology, walking, cycling and Reading Football Club, who I have supported since attending my first game with my dad in 1968. Locally, I am the coordinator of the Winnersh and Sindlesham Community Speed Watch, actively take part in the annual litter pick and the Winnersh Community Fete, and I have arranged the creation of two wildflower areas.

I like to meet my residents within the ward and assist them as much as possible to make their lives better. I am very concerned about the impacts of Climate Change and the effect that this will have on our daily lives and the local environment. The Lib Dems are taking many actions to ensure we build not only a thriving future but a greener future for the borough.

Rachelle Shepherd DuBey

Rachelle Shepherd-Dubey

I have had a varied work life: I was an eye doctor for quite a few years, did cancer research while I was at university, was a psychotherapist for young people and a computer specialist for Intel and NASA. I moved to Winnersh from Bracknell 16 years ago with my spouse, two cats and a rescue dog and I love it! 

Winnersh is friendly, safe, clean, green and quiet. With lots of places to walk and enjoy, including Winnersh Meadows nearby Dinton Pastures. I can often be seen walking my dog in various places in Winnersh.

My council role is with the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service. Helping them reduce chemical exposures after they get back to the fire station and provide better accommodations for firefighters that could encourage a more diverse workforce.

I’ve been a Parish councillor for 13 years and a Borough councillor for the past 12 years where I’ve served on the planning committee for 12 years and various other committees . Winnersh comes first in my actions, and I want to continue working with the Lib Dems to the best and most family friendly it can be.

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