Councillor Stephen Cavinder
Party: Liberal Democrats
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19 Crown Rise
Mobile: 07941 306219
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- Annual Council
- Community Safety Partnership Task Group
- Highways Forum
- Neighbourhood Forum Task Group (Chair)
- Outsourced Services Scrutiny Panel (Vice-Chair)
- Tackling Loneliness Task Group
Term of Office
- 09/05/2016 -
Appointments to outside bodies
Stephen is a family man with three adult sons and, although born and raised in Essex, has lived in Garston since 1987. He was elected as a local councillor for the Woodside Ward, Watford in May 2016 and had been campaigning on a number of local issues for some time before that. He spends much of his time helping residents in the ward and serves on a number of council committees.
Stephen worked at a senior management level for BAA (the airport group) at Stansted and Heathrow Airports for almost 35 years before taking early retirement in 2012. He now works for himself providing an independent consultancy service to the road transport industry.
Stephen is a LEA appointed school governor at Kingsway Junior School. He is also a trustee at Citizens Advice Watford, Hertfordshire Citizens Advice Service and Herts Inclusive Theatre (HIT).
Stephen is proud to be Honorary Secretary of Oxhey Football Club. The club which was formed in 1951, plays in the West Herts Saturday League, has three adult teams and is currently in the midst of what looks like culminating into a very successful season.
Stephen is a green space enthusiast who is always keen to promote the use of local parks and recreation areas. He counts among his hobbies, walking (particularly with his two Cavalier Kings Charles Spaniel dogs), reading, football and quizzing.