Trevor Snaith has lived in High Wycombe for over 35 years.
He has been a Councillor on Wycombe District Council for 8 years. Trevor has also been Mayor of High Wycombe and has been actively involved with many local voluntary organisations, groups and charities in the High Wycombe area.
Trevor has been a campaigner for the return of A&E to High Wycombe and continues to push for its return.
Trevor started the Wycombe Santa Sleigh in 2013 during his Mayoral Year. Wycombe Santa Sleigh annually collects for many local groups and charities.
At the start of lockdown in March 2020, Trevor created The Disraeli Coronavirus Support Group to help those struggling with lockdown. He set up The Pastures Church Food Bank, leading to the development of The Sticky Bun Runs around Downley.
Trevor is also Chairman of Wycombe Food Hub, which also emerged from the work with The Pastures Food Bank.
Trevor is actively involved in a number of activities in Downley. These include petitioning for a doctors surgery. Fighting climate change and protecting our environment for our children.
Trevor believes in local democracy and fully supports Parish and Town Councils.
Trevor firmly believes that councillors are there to serve local residents and be community leaders, even more so in times of need.
Trevor is a member of Environment/Climate Change Working Party and the Action Response Group Working Party
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