Councillors and the team

Wendy Way

I moved to Brize Norton in the late 1980s and joined the Parish Council in 2016 after taking the decision to move to part-time working.

My hobbies are gardening and my allotment and enjoy supporting my partner who races an Aston Martin DB4 with the owner that takes us to various motor racing circuits around the UK and Europe.   You will also see me around the village walking my Cockerpoo Maude.

Working Groups: Elder Bank Hall, Neighbourhood Plan, Website

Tel: 01993 841016



Keith Glazier
Vice Chairman

I have been a resident of Brize Norton since 1997 and first joined the Parish Council in 2001. After a three-year break,

I re-joined the Parish Council in March 2019.  With my main interest and reason for being a council member is Water Management and flood prevention. 

I also chair the Bampton and District Flood Prevention Group. The group comprises representatives from local villages and Specialist Officers from Oxfordshire County Council, West Oxfordshire District Council and the Environment Agency.

Working Groups: Allotments, Village Maintenance (incl grass cutting), Personnel, Water Management & Flood Prevention, Bampton & District Flood Prevention Group


Ben Campion

In 2016 my family and I retired to Brize Norton after 30 years in the military. I enjoy gardening, DIY, dog walking and have a love of Hockey, Aunt Sally and. Pale Ale.

I currently working as a Therapist on camp and I am found at St Britius on Sundays. Religiously!

My daughters have now left home and my wife Bev is planning to open a café, hopefully in the Sports Pavilion.

Working Groups: Bloor Homes ,BN Sports & Social Club/Pavillion, Finance & Banking

Tel: 07795 192812


Les Goble

I moved to Brize Norton from Worthing, West Sussex in 1997.  I’m semi-retired and was asked by the Parish Council to produce a Neighbourhood Plan then joined the Parish Council in 2018.

My interests are motorsport; I currently race an Aston Martin DB4 with its owner and I have previously owned and raced a Lotus Cortina,

bought specifically to race at the Goodwood Revival Meeting in 1998, which I did a total of eight times, twice with Sir Sterling Moss.

Working Groups: Bloor Homes, Highways (incl Traffic & footpaths), Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, Personnel

Tel: 01993 841016


Pip Squire

I am an engineer with over 35 years of experience in the construction industry in the UK and around the world.  In 2007 I joined a small specialist UK based data centre development company, where I head up the planning, design, energy and innovation team. 

In 2008 I moved to Brize Norton as it is equidistant between the sites that we are developing, and it is also back to my family roots. I joined the Parish Council in 2013/2014 and was elected Chairman in 2016 and 2017.

What little time I have outside work I spend with my partner gardening, on the allotment, on DIY projects around the home or with our children helping them with DIY in their homes as well as caring for elderly relatives, who live locally.

Working Groups: Bloor Homes, Finance & Banking, Legal & Policies, Planning

Tel: 01993 867666


Chris Woodward

Tel: 07585 703295

Alison Risely

                                                                                                                                                     Proper Officer/ RFO

I moved to Brize Norton after 18 years as a primary school teacher in the Middle East in 2016.I am married with two sons, who attend Burford School and have a black Labrador.

I enjoy reading, sewing, gardening, music and travel. I believe that life is short, so I work hard to achieve as much as possible in my life.

Working Groups: Allotments, Finance & Banking, Newsletter, Personnel, Website


Kyle Anderson
Website Administrator

I am a Computer Systems Consultant with over 3 years of experience in the IT industry providing a range of support internationally I grew in Brize Norton Village from a young age and attended the local Primary where I went through 2 headteachers and a School extension.

I started to be involved with the council in 2013 where I consulted the council on the benefits of having a website in the modern-day world later in 2015, I became the Village Handy Person alongside my Website duties until I moved away from the Village in 2018.

I am still actively involved in the website and Local village events and can be seen around the village most weekends


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