Holmwoods & Beare Green

District Councillor for Holmwoods & Beare Green

email: clayton.wellman@molevalleylibdems.co.uk
tel: 07752 235 020

Cllr Clayton Wellman is well known as a champion of the Holmwoods. He has achieved large scale housing improvements for Housing Association tenants, supported local residents by setting up an employment & skills support service in the ward, and made sure local businesses get the funding & advice services they need.

During his time as a Cabinet Member, Clayton has improved access to training, support and networking events; introduced new online and offline business services; served on the board of the Dorking Business Improvement District (BID); instigated the Opportunity Dorking initiative and its regeneration projects; led the council's car park renewal and EV charge point installation programme; helped with applications for pandemic-related support grants; and worked to promote rural and visitor economies.

Over the past two years, Clayton has launched initiatives such as the Mole Valley Employment & Skills Hub (a free service helping local businesses and residents with skills, training and recruitment); Cost of Living support, English teaching for refugees, and Warm Spaces at the Hub and its outreach centres; Pop Up Leatherhead (supporting start-up businesses with experience of high street retail); and he continues to take a keen interest in promoting and putting on special events and local markets.

Clayton also works for a charity foundation - helping young people from difficult backgrounds and guiding them towards workplace opportunities.

Clayton Wellman

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