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 I 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



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


Ady State

On retirement in 2020 I moved from Witney to Brize Norton. 

My family has connections with the village as my grandmother was born here along with a large number of great aunts.  Also my late father attended the village primary school.

Much of my life has been spent working in the electronics and software fields and this has lead to extensive travel throughout the world.

I do have a BSc in Environmental Biology which reflects my lifelong interest in the natural world. I am also a very keen birdwatcher and can often be found walking the local lanes and footpaths with my trusty binoculars.

Chris Woodward

Hello, I moved to Brize Norton in 2016 and live in The Chapel with my beautiful wife Jayne, our daughter Mackenzie, and our golden lab, Meg.

I have always been keen on supporting the community, and have spent over 12 years on Local Councils, including both Brize Norton and formerly Witney Town Council, where I was privileged to serve as both Deputy Mayor and then Mayor of Witney between 2016-2018. I currently sit on Witney Town Charity and the Witney Educational Foundation as a Trustee for both.

For work, I split my working week between being Director of Estates for a multi-academy trust of schools; dealing with health and safety compliance, capital refurbishment or building projects, procurement; and running my own property and facilities management business, Chapel Hill Projects, which provides both reactive support and also consultancy to SMEs, Schools and Community Interest Companies.

I’m honoured to be part of the Parish Council once again.


Darren Truman

Hello. I have lived in the village of Brize Norton since 2007 and now live in Brize Meadow. I have always enjoyed being part of the community, and having worked in the village for many years I've gotten to know many people in the area and enjoy the community spirit that comes with living in a smaller village.

For work, I am a hydraulics engineer within a local company that manufactures an array of hydraulic components for use on just about anything that moves, with previous jobs in sales and hospitality I have always enjoyed speaking to all kinds of different people.

In my free time, I love spending time with my family, either walking the village, finding new places to explore or socialising in the local pub garden. I enjoy running when I can and like to get on the trails through local fields, villages and woodlands.

I'm looking forward to helping the village in whatever way I can as a parish councillor, if you see me around the village please feel free to say hello!


Jo Webb
Parish Clerk

I moved to the village in 2000 and live with my husband and three sons. We enjoy village life and the community spirit within Brize Norton.  This is my second stint as Parish Clerk, I liked it so much I came back to do it all again!
Please feel free to say hello if you see me walking my large, rather bouncy dog.

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