Councillor Chris Mullins

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Title: Cabinet Member for Wellbeing

Party: Labour

Ward: Gossops Green & North East Broadfield

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Contact information

Home address: 
9 Fir Tree Close
Langley Green
Crawley
RH11 7LS

Phone:  01293 511069

Bus. email:  chris.mullins@crawley.gov.uk

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Responsibilities

Committee appointments

Terms of Office

  • 01/05/1983 - 08/05/1995
  • 01/05/1996 - 08/05/2004
  • 01/05/2012 -

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information

I first became a Crawley Borough Councillor in 1983, representing Tilgate. I served Tilgate for 10 years, starting on the Housing Committee and then as a member of the Recreational and Leisure Committee, becoming its Vice-Chair and then Chair. Since these times I have always concentrated on this Committee’s activities, finding it a natural home for my interests.

 

I was elected to represent Gossops Green in 1994 and remained a member until 2004.  I won the seat again in 2012 and became the Shadow Cabinet Member for Recreation and Leisure. In 2006, when Labour got control of the Council again, I went straight onto the Cabinet, getting my old job back as Cabinet Member for Recreation and Leisure (now called Wellbeing). I am also an ongoing member of the Licensing Committee, and prior to 2001 accepting the responsibility of chairing this very important legislative organisation, until I became Mayor.

 

During the years I wasn’t serving Crawley Borough Council, I continued to represent Gossops Green, Southgate and Bewbush, as a West Sussex County Councillor, from 2000 until 2009. I then went on to work for the NHS as a Patient Representative, becoming Vice-Chair of the, ‘West Sussex NHS LINK’, active with Crawley PCT and a Board Representative, on behalf of Crawley to East Surrey Hospital.

 

In 2001 I was elected as Mayor of the borough. This was a year of hard work, but one that I enjoyed immensely, making my charity The Alzheimer’s Society, at both local and national level.

 

Today, I am still the Cabinet Member for Wellbeing and a member of the Licensing Committee, responsibilities that I continue to enjoy.

 

 

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