City Councillor Tim Bick
Tim graduated in PPE at Oxford and has ever since worked professionally in Human Resources, mainly internationally. He grew up in Leamington Spa and has lived in Llangollen and, for 10 years, in Brussels, before coming to South Cambs in 2000 and the City in 2005.Tim currently works for a Cambridge start-up technology company in Comberton. Tim has two sons; one in teaching, the other studying at Goldsmiths.Tim joined the Liberals in 1974. He was President of the Oxford University Liberal Society. He was elected to Warwickshire County Council as its youngest member in 1981 and led the party to the balance of power in 1985, ending a century of Tory control. He held the education portfolio throughout. He was Parliamentary Candidate in Sutton Coldfield in 1987, increasing the vote in second place. Tim was elected to the City Council for Market Ward in 2008 and became Executive Councillor for Community Development in 2010.
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County Councillor Ed Cearns
Ed first came to Cambridge in 1995 as a postgraduate student at Homerton College after a MA Hons Degree in Religious Studies at Edinburgh University. He has lived in the City Centre since 2009. Previously Ed worked in community development projects at both South Cambridgeshire District Council and Cambridgeshire County Council for seven years and now runs his own business facilitating projects with a positive social impact.During his time on the committee of Christ’s Pieces Residents’ Association he campaigned with Sarah Whitebread to protect heritage street lighting and work for better solutions for the parking issues faced by residents. Liberty, equality and community are values that have always informed and inspired all aspects of Ed’s life. He has a passion for the arts and social enterprise and is driven by helping individuals and organisations to achieve their potential.Ed was elected to the County Council in May 2013 and currently serves as the Liberal Democrat’s spokesperson on Economy and Environment and is also the Vice Chair of this Committee.
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