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Councillor Paul Curry

Paul Curry joined Speldhurst Parish Council in August 2021. He is Chair of the Parish Council, and a member of the Air Traffic, Governance and Planning committees. As Chair, he is an ex-officio member of all other committees. 

Paul was elected to be a Tunbridge Wells Alliance Borough Councillor for Speldhurst and Bidborough Ward in May 2023. 

Paul is a Software Engineer for a major online publisher, with extensive experience in the consumer connectivity and media industries. He enjoys less-usual travel and experiences, having toured Chernobyl twice, climbed a wind turbine, trained how to survive at sea, sunk in the Navy's sinking ship simulator and once had his potatoes stolen, causing a minor media event.

Raised in Brighton, Paul moved to Speldhurst in 2015 and is actively seeking to improve the infrastructure in the area by bringing gigabit fibre connectivity to the village and surrounding areas. He enjoys planning and executing projects which have a wide-scale impact for the community, but also getting hands-on, repairing the gates and fences in the local park in his spare time. 

You can contact Paul via the Clerk and view his Notification Form here.