Ron Alcock has lived in Chelmer Village and Springfield for 43 years and is a supporter of Chelmsford City and Wilvale Rangers Football Club. He is a retired director of a retail company and has served in the Armed forces. First elected as a Councillor in 1987, he was formely the Chairman of the Licensing Committee and has served on the Parks & Recreation, Arts, Housing, and Regulatory Committees. In March 2011 he was appointed Chairman of the Association of Conservative Clubs in the Eastern Region.
Ron is also involved in working with charities; he is Trustee of Chelmsford United Charities, a charity providing housing for vulnerable residents of Chelmsford. He's also a supporter of the Children’s Society, Help for Heroes & Age Concern.
Ron has represented constituents on many matters including planning and school issues, as well as campaigning for improvements at the Industrial museum at Sandford Mill, helping to clean the environment by regularly participating in river and litter clean ups, and has campaigned to retain the mobile library. He successfully nominated streets/gardens for best kept street/garden in Chelmer Village, and campaigned against anti-social behaviour in Beaulieu Park and Chancellor Park.
He is Chelmsford Borough Council’s Older People’s Champion, and is regarded as a hardworking Councillor and is always available for residents.
Chelmer Village and Beaulieu Park
Telephone: 01245 354909
Licensing and Regulatory