Robert represents Bromley Common and Keston. He lives in Bromley and is a manager at Royal Mail. He has also worked in the prison service, taught at a university and worked for the railways.
Outside politics, Robert sings with his work choir, is a violinist with a local orchestra and a governor of a primary school in West Wickham. He also, enjoys cooking, quizzes and going to gym to work off the effects of the cooking.
Dr David Jefferys is Councillor for Bromley Common and Keston Ward. He is chairman of the Bromley Health and Well Being Board and sits as an observer on the Bromley and SE London CCGs.He is also a member of the Care Services, the Health Scrutiny and the Environment Committees of the Council, along with SACRE (the Standing Committee on Religious Education).He has championed the Shortlands Street Scene Pilot and also Dementia Care.
Alexa was born in 1969 and has lived in Bromley all her life. She was educated at a girls’ private school in Bromley and holds degrees from the University of East Anglia and University College London. A qualified librarian, Alexa works as a Business Information Executive at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the City of London. She has represented Bromley Common & Keston Ward since 1994. She is well known locally and has a reputation for getting things done.
More than 117,000 meals were claimed in Beckenham under the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, according to the latest statistics. In total, more than 100 million meals were claimed across the UK under the scheme, which ran throughout the month of August. In total, 84,700 establishments signed up to the scheme, including 89 in Beckenham