David Kennedy

With Nicky, my wife of 56 years, I have been a resident in South Stoke for the last 19 years. As a Stoker I have been on the parish council (twice), chair of the amenities charity, a school governor and a director of the shop board. My career was in the engineering and construction of world scale projects, latterly I have worked as a consultant to an expert witness. As a keen vegetable gardener I have learned to share my efforts and rewards with the wonderful wildlife of South Stoke

Tina Haslam

I’ve lived in South Stoke with my husband for over 30 years and we have

3 grown-up children.  I worked in advertising for several years then re-trained in accountancy, specialising in the education sector.  I recently retired as Finance Manager at a local secondary school, where I’d worked for 10 years. I was a Governor at Wallingford School and Treasurer of Wallingford Rowing Club.

Deane Mallinson

A relative newcomer to South Stoke, having moved here in 2021 with my wife and 2 dogs.

Living directly opposite the villages only lamppost, I can normally be found either walking the dogs or pottering around in the garden with frequent refreshment visits to the local Shop.

Andrew Scrivener


  1. Member of the Slipway Committee
  2. Member of South Stoke 2035 Working Group
  3. Review all planning applications affecting the parish and co-ordinate the Parish Council’s response to South Oxfordshire District Council.
  4. Keep abreast of all Government and local authority legislation concerning housing development & planning issues.
  5. Ensure appropriate response to request for consultation, action or support from external agencies and higher government.

Victor Meyer

My partner and I have lived in South Stoke since 2017 along with our black Labrador, Tommy. I work as a company lawyer for Invesco based in Henley and have been involved with the Parish Council since 2019.

John Verrill

I have lived in South Stoke since 1996.  I am a semi retired solicitor and currently chair a small law firm. With my wife Lou we breed alpacas at the northern end village. This is my second stint as a parish councillor. I have lived within sight of the Thames in London and then Oxfordshire since 1984. I used to row competitively but now feed animals and cut grass.