Peter Balicki

Moved to Hilton in 1997 and have been on the Parish Council since 2013.

Graham Barradell

We moved to Hilton in 1990 because of work and stayed. Both children born here and have now moved to careers elsewhere. I first joined the Council in 2000 and am now serving my fifth term. Now retired but Parish work helps to fill the employment gap. I liked the village, still do, and my ethos is to maintain it.

Heather Chambers

I joined the Parish Council in May 2020 having lived in Hilton for 18 years. I’m married to Dave and we have 2 grown up children who both attended Swavesey Village College. I was Vice Principal at Long Road Sixth Form College in Cambridge and retired in 2018.  I am actively involved in a church in Cambridge, enjoy walking and cycling, boating on the River Ouse and looking after our young grandson one day a week. I enjoy gardening and entered the Hilton produce show for the first time in 2019. I was delighted to win 3 cups! I am very keen to listen to parishioners views and to work on improving life in the village for all villagers.

Rob Collard

Rob was born and raised in Hilton and later returned to live here with his family in 2007. He now lives with his wife and three children and are about to build, what will be between them, the 8th house they have lived in the village. 

Kieron Dunk

I was born and raised in Cambridgeshire and have lived in Hilton with my wife Alison for 30 years, bringing up two children. Hilton village has a rare and vibrant community and I feel fortunate to be part of that and to have spent so many great years here.

 

In that time, I have restored a number of important and historic buildings in the village, including The Manor House and The Limes. I hope the village heritage handed down to us, can be conserved for future generations, and at the same time believe the parish can grow to face todays challenges and opportunities.

 

Ettore McCarthy

I joined the Parish Council in 2021 for my second term, having served nearly 5 years during my first. My wife, Fiona, and I moved to Hilton in 2007 with our son Tom. Very soon after, our daughter Francesca was born. I have always been village focussed, previously having been on the Hilton Feast Week & Hilton Ball committees for several years.

 

My professional life is in aviation, working for easyJet as a Captain on the Airbus fleet. In my spare time, I am a keen cyclist and love skiing when the chance permits. I look forward to hearing from parishioners on their views, ideas or concerns. Hilton is a great village and I look forward to being part of a team that continues to keep it flourishing.

Ian Stott

I moved to Hilton in 1982 with my wife and two children.  This soon became three.  They have now all married and moved away, – although two of them would like to move back to the village, the place does that to you.  Apart from a three year break, I have been on the Parish Council since 1992.

My working life was in the agricultural industry.  Before retirement I was involved in helping DEFRA devise the various Countryside Stewardship schemes and training farmers to implement them.  I hope some of the knowledge I gained can be put to good use looking after our village.

Sharon Walker

Having always loved the village, we were lucky enough to find a plot to complete a self-build in 2004. My two daughters attended the local schools and I have worked at our local hospital as the Community Team Leader Midwife for 32 years, which is a job I love and a feel privileged to do.

I have always been passionate about our local community. I was on the Hilton Feast week committee for twelve years, and was Chairman for five of those. Each year we put on a full week of entertainment for everyone in the village with many memorable times of laughter and great satisfaction seeing the villagers come together to celebrate Feast week. I have also been involved in organising the Hilton Summer Ball alternate years which is another wonderful event for the parishioners to socialise and enjoy the beautiful landscape we are fortunate to have in Hilton.

I became a Parish Councillor because I care about our maintaining our village heritage, ensuring parishioners views are listened to and implementing ideas to enhance our wonderful village.