Suje Flewitt
Sue Flewitt
Peter Davies
Peter Davies

Sue Flewitt

Sue Flewitt has lived in Fareham for 22 years. Both  of her daughters attended local schools, and she was a parent governor at Wallisdean Junior School for two years. She volunteered for a mental health charity for four years and is now retraining as a mental health nurse through the NHS apprenticeship scheme.

Formerly, Sue taught science for 20 years. She is passionate about ensuring high-quality
mental health care.

She wants to address healthcare inequalities in the area, particularly access to GP appointments. Sue is a menopause advocate at work, and as part of ensuring her mental wellbeing can often be found in the sea, or walking her dogs at Hill Head.

Water quality and the environment are important issues to her.


Peter Davies

Peter Davies is a Londoner and came to Fareham in 1974 to be Head of History, Economics and Politics at the former Prices Sixth Form College.

He subsequently lectured at a local university, specializing in Russian History and Politics and in his semi-retirement was a Tutor for the Open University.

Peter was elected as a Borough Councillor for Fareham North West in 1978, serving till 1990. He returned in 1998, again for Fareham North West and served till 2022. Upon his final  retirement the Council conferred upon him the title of Alderman.

Peter's particular interests on the Council were Planning and Housing. His great passion is Public Transport and served as the Council's Public Transport representative for 30 years.

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