Councillor David Williams 
(Waingroves Ward) 
19 Queens View Drive 
DE5 9TP 
01773 744754 
Born in Street Lane in 1957, I was brought up in Heage, having an affection for the area in which I grew up. 
Job redundancy in 1980 brought a change of career and home to another part of the country. 
A Councillor in Heage and Ambergate (1979–84), in Eastleigh (Southampton) in 1986 – 87 and active in Reading politics from 1987–1999, I became a member of Ripley Town Council again from 2007 and a Derbyshire County Councilor in May 2013. 
I am active in a wide variety of local voluntary bodies and Carnival committees, including being Treasurer of three groups – Ripley Residents Association, Codnor Castle Heritage Trust and Ripley Heritage Action Group. I’m also a football referee. 
I am a governor of Waingroves Primary School. 
A lover of history, football, cricket, running and walks, I’m now an agency worker and supply teacher. 
Finance & Management 
Environment and Regeneration 
Financial Grants 
David is Ripley Town Council's representative at Waingroves Community Association. 
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