Working with the Community since 1894

Cllr Victoria Mead

Cllr Victoria Mead

Victoria was re-elected as a Conservative councillor for Redbourn Parish Council in May 2019.

She has been a councillor for Beaumont ward since 2014.

Victoria is a member of the following:

  • Management & Communications (chair)
  • Finance & Policy
  • Commons & Green Spaces
  • Planning (vice chair)
  • Christmas Market Working Party
  • Redbourn Against Greenbelt Erosion (RAGE)
  • Redbourn Climate Action (RCA)
  • Wild about Redbourn

Victoria is also Redbourn Parish Council representative for Redbourn in Bloom and the Police Priority Forum.

42 Lamb Lane
01582 792280

Introductory Information about Victoria

"Originally born in Manchester, I have enjoyed living with my family, for over fifty years, in a village with an immense sense of community spirit, which makes living in Redbourn so enjoyable.

Career wise, I have been a PA for over thirty years, both in London & locally, including working for the University of London, The Pearson Group, Chase Manhattan & The Ministry of Defence.

In June 2013, I was honoured to be elected to the parish council for the Beaumont ward. I sit on the Planning, Commons and Green Spaces, Management and Communications, Finance and Policy committees and am a member of the Neighbourhood Plan, Friends of The High Street (FOTHS), Redbourn Against Greenbelt Erosion (RAGE) and Redbourn Climate Action (RCA) working groups. I care greatly for our greenbelt surrounding our beautiful village and want to ensure it retains its unique character. I attend the Herts Highways Liaison meetings twice a year.

I am the parish representative for Redbourn In Bloom, The Youth Club and the Redbourn Churches. I steward for Redbourn Museum and serve on their Events Committee and am on the committee for the annual Redbourn Easter Fair.

I have served as a Redbourn ward councillor on St. Albans District Council since 2014.

  • Victoria Mead Register of Interest (PDF, 1.1 Mb)

    In order for openness and transparency, it is a legal requirement (Local Government Act 2000) for all members and co-opted members of district and parish councils to complete a Register of Interests form to register their financial and other interests. A Register of Interests form must be completed within 28 days of being elected.

    The register of interests includes:

    Details of any employment or business carried on by them.

    The name of their employer.

    Details of people who have paid towards election expenses.

    Contracts between themselves/their firm and the Council.

    Interests in any land in the area; details of any directorships

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