Kent County Council
Cllr Andrew Bowles
Mr Andrew Harry Thomas Bowles was elected to the County Council in May 2005 as the Conservative Member for Swale East.
Mr Bowles has served as a Borough Councillor from 1987 until the election of 2019.
He was the Leader of the Council from 2002 until 2019. He served as a Parish Councillor for Graveney Parish Council from 1976 until 2015. He has been chairman of Selling Parish Council since 2019.
He was the last Chairman of the Local Government Association's Rural Commission before it was abolished and is now substitute Member for Culture, Tourism and Sport Committee of the LGA.
He was a school governor at Graveney Primary School from 1980 until 2017 twice serving as Chairman. He is now a Member of the Board of Trustees of the Academy. Mr Bowles lists his interests as the environment, rural affairs, cricket and walking. He is a member of the National Farmers' Union and is a former Chairman of the NFU's Swale branch. He is a Freemason.
He is Chairman of the County Councils Regulation Committee and also of the Commissioning Board. Represents the County Council on the Environment Agency's Regional Flood and Coastal Committee. He is a County Council representative on the Kent and Essex Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authority. Mr Bowles has two grown up children and four grandchildren
- Lambert Leese
4 Selling Court
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