Nick Foyle was a successful candidate for the Hildenborough ward in the 2019 local elections and now represents this ward on the Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council.
"I moved to the outskirts of Hildenborough with my wife and two children in 2000.
I am a Learning and Development Professional and worked at a senior level in many large organisations helping people to become better at what they do. After retiring in 2017 I wanted to continue to help people in whatever way I could. I am an adviser to a local educational charity and a School Governor for a school in Tonbridge. After my selection as a candidate last year, I met with a number of you on the doorstep to learn more about some of your issues and concerns. I supported the ‘Bring Back the 572’ campaign by lobbying our Member of Parliament and the Head of Transport at the KCC. If you elect me as your representative I shall challenge waste and inefficiency at Borough and County level to ensure our money is being used wisely. I shall put the community first and serve you to the best of my ability."