Who's WhoIn YOUR chain of representation
Salcombe Town Council
Cllr. Nikki Turton
The Old Piggery
6 Knowle Road
I have lived and worked in Salcombe since 1992. After many years of thinking about it, I have finally put my head above the parapet, so to speak, in order to give something back. We all wish to live in a town that is clean, tidy and running smoothly, and which presents its best side to both the residents and the many visitors who come here all year round. I believe that it is now my turn to help achieve this, rather than once again sit back and let someone else do it for me.
Cllr. Mike Fice
21 Buckley Street
Mike was born and bred in Salcombe and joined the Town Council in 2012. As a qualified accountant he takes a great interest in the financial side of the Council but is committed to retaining the character of Salcombe.
Cllr. Lindy Sinnott
13 Camperdown Road,
Born & bred, work & wed in Salcombe.
Raised a family and experienced first hand the challenges of employment, education, housing & health care faced by local families.
As Chairman of Salcombe Players, I know how vital our clubs & societies are to nourish the community spirit.
Working within the tourist industry I fully understand & appreciate why Salcombe is a popular tourist destination.
Everyone loves Salcombe, I know I do.
Cllr. Roger Moore
17 Longfield Drive
My wife and I moved to Salcombe in 2015 with the intention of starting a family and making a life here.Our livelihood depends on the quality of the harbour and the influx of tourists and I want to keep Salcombe thriving. I hope my experiences as an outsider will help me bring objectivity and diversity to the council in equal measure.
Cllr Richard Whitfield
Cllr. Andrij Jurkiw
Flats 2 & 4 Grafton Towers
I joined the Town Council in 2021 after moving full-time to Salcombe in 2020. I want to do my part to help maintain and improve all of the best elements of Salcombe primarily for the benefit of its residents, but also for the many visitors. I am particularly interested in what types of development are permitted in Salcombe, as I am conscious we have an acute shortage of suitable accommodation for locals looking to live and work in the town.
Cllr. Christine Milton
Over 200 years of family connections to the town I came back to live and work in 1985, I have run 4 successful businesses in that time.
I’ve raised a family of 4 in Salcombe including a disabled daughter so am extremely aware of most aspects of living and working in such a beautiful but seasonally dependant tourist town. I have sat on many committees in that time.
I hope to see Salcombe thrive for both residents, second home owners and businesses
Cllr. Kizzy Sims-Stirling
I moved to Salcombe over a decade ago and have since enjoyed everything Salcombe has to offer. My eldest son and his family also live and work in Salcombe and my grandchildren attend the local school.
I feel it is now my turn to give something back, having recently taken semi-retirement from my position as a Schools Business Manager and Designated Safeguarding Lead within a School Federation.
My transferrable skills will enable me to offer the experience I have gained from working with Councils and multiple relevant agencies so I may serve Salcombe.
I have a particular interest in commerce, planning and welfare.
South Hams District Council Members
Cllr. Judy Pearce
7 Whimbrels Edge
Devon County Council Member
Cllr. Rufus Gilbert