Graham settled in Essex after leaving the Army and has lived in Great Dunmow for eight years. He is married to Sue, and they have six sons between them. Graham says: “The opening of the Northwest bypass, in March 2014, has already made a noticeable and welcome impact on the quality of life, shopping and business in Great Dunmow. I hope that planned lorry weight restrictions and traffic calming will add further to restoring a people-centred heart to the Town.
The most important challenge for Great Dunmow is the provision of health and education services to match the increase in population as Central Government pushes for yet more houses in the South East.
We all rely on the excellent health care provided in Great Dunmow and my commitment to residents will be to try and ensure the extra health and education provision is in place to meet the demand before it arrives.”