Moulton Parish Council

Serving the people of Moulton

Geoff Paul

Geoff Paul

Following service in the Royal Navy I became an accountant, and worked for a number of companies, both large and small, until my retirement in 2012.

I moved into Moulton in 1996 and have lived on Boughton Road ever since. My interest in Community matters led to co-option to the Parish Council on two occasions – 2004 and 2014. Among my other roles were membership of the Bob Eady Trust, and latterly Vice Chairman and then Chairman of the Council.

I am very excited by many of the challenges facing the expanding village and welcome the opportunity to help ensure they are overcome in a way which provide the best outcome for the parish.

My other activities have included being a member of the Northants Special Constabulary from 1973 to 2003, a Magistrate for 12 years until my retirement in 2017. an Association Football Referee from 1968-1998, followed by becoming an FA qualified Assessor, and I now regularly watch and advise aspiring referees. It gives me great pride to sit as an Independent member on Northants Football Association disciplinary committee, and also the National anti-Discrimination Panel

I listen to children read at Moulton Primary school one morning each week

Just to be sure I am not idle in my retirement, I have been a Volunteer Lock Keeper with Canal and River Trust since 2013 – helping boaters, meeting people, and getting some much-needed exercise.

Geoff Paul

05/07/2018

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