Nicky Dykes lives in Bromley Town. A graduate of Southampton University, Nicky works at Samsung as a government relations manager.
In her spare time Nicky has helped with fundraising for various charities and in 2013 ran the London Marathon to raise money for Oxfam. She is a keen volunteer, having volunteered for a charity for disabled children, been involved with a local Brownie unit and has experience as a school governor.
Will Harmer has lived in Bromley for over twenty years and has been an active campaigner around the local area for over ten years and currently lives in Bromley Town Ward.
As a Councillor Will has played a pivotal part in shaping the future of the town centre, ensuring that residents’ views are represented. As a member of the Executive & Resources Policy Development Committee has worked to shape the Council’s technology policy.
Educated in the Borough, he is currently a senior manager at EE. Previously he spent 4 years working as a speech writer for the Conservative Home Affairs team in the House of Commons and 2 years running his own technology startup. Will has a BSc in Economics and Mandarin.
Michael Rutherford is a local resident and an experienced local campaigner. In his time as a councillor, he has worked with Will and Nicky on local campaigns, such as saving Havelock Rec, ensuring sensible redevelopment of the Civic Centre, and bringing a new play area to the Glades
A chartered management accountant and IT professional, Michael is a manager at a large professional services company. He is a keen runner with the London Frontrunners and is a Sunderland AFC fan.
Chairman of Bromley Council’s renewal and recreation scrutiny committee, Michael is dedicated to ensuring that the town redevelopment works for residents, is not excessive and provides jobs for local people.