Councillor Peter Armstrong
Parish Ward: Butts Ash
District Ward: Butts Ash and Dibden Purlieu
Address: Oaktree House, Hamilton Road, Hythe, SO45 3PB
Tel: 023 8178 1395
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Committees and External Bodies that I sit on as representative of Council:
Open Spaces and Play Equipment Working Group
St Andrew's Management Committee
My Current Work:
My wife Faith and I have been married for 35 years. We live in Butts Ash having lived in the New Forest area for over 20 years.
I have been employed in local Government for a large percentage of my working life starting as a humble gardener which has given me a wealth of experience on how Councils work. My last position was as a Manager of a service which won national and local awards.
Over the years I have held various Leadership roles, spoken at venues in the UK and abroad and was on the Board of Directors of an International Charity for 7 years.
Since being semi-retired I have become involved in the local community and am Chairman of the local Community Centre. I initiated and co-ordinated a group made up of the local Authorities and relevant organisations, which is bringing on-going improvements to the local area. My wife and I also ‘litter pick’ on a regular basis. Being involved in this way has given me a real heart for local people and their issues.
Having lost both my parents & in-laws through cancer, heart disease or dementia, I am keenly aware of the problems that many families have to cope with and the need of support and help.
In my spare time I love getting out in my sea kayak, caravaning and reading personal development books. I also enjoy watching most sports having run, played football, table tennis and other sports in the past.
I believe Councillors are elected by the people for the people. It is my privilege to represent and serve Butts Ash & Dibden Purlieu as a District Councillor and Butts Ash as a Parish Councillor.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have queries/issues that you need help with.
Not sure who to contact? Give me a ring and I will endeavour to point you in the right direction.