Emma Brading


Emma Brading head shot. Emma wears a shirt with a flower pattern.

Michael Rayment

Co-Chair & Election Agent

Micheal Rayment rides a bike and wears a helmet.

Andrew Gallagher


Andrew Gallagher head shot. Andrew wears a striped shirt.

Bobbie Curran

Roberta (Bobbie) Curran, was Election Agent for Three Rivers Green Party from 2017 to 2021. Bobbie was instrumental in the start-up of the local party. She arranged and supported candidates to stand for the Green Party in elections every year. She has now moved out of the area but continues to be involved in local politics and an active member of the Green Party.

Bobbie Curran stands with a person dressed as Green Santa on Tring High Street. They both wear Green Party rosettes and hold flyers.

Kelsey Trevett

Kelsey Trevett was Membership Officer for Three Rivers Green Party in 2020. During this time, he welcomed new members and encourage people to join our events.  Kelsey grew up in Three Rivers and is now studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University. He is currently Co-Chair of the Young Greens alongside Jane Baston. Kelsey thinks this is a pivotal moment for the Young Greens.

Kelsey kneeling down next to his black dog
Paul, Emma, Peter stand in a line in front of a hedge. They are dressed formally in shirts.
Paul Dawson, Emma Brading and Peter Loader

Batchworth Community Council

Paul Dawson, Emma Brading and Peter Loader were Batchworth Community Councillors between 2019 and 2021.

As Councillors, they amended the grant-awarding policy to encompass environmental projects. As a result, the Three Rivers Swift Group were able to purchase 14 swift nest boxes. Groups can still apply for a grant of up to £500. They supported the application to register Rickmansworth Bowls Club as an Asset of Community Value and this has now been secured for five years.

Emma ran four focus groups with Rickmansworth residents as part of the consultation for the Batchworth Neighbourhood Plan. The purpose of The Plan is to help improve the quality of life and the built and natural environment for our community. Emma remains a member of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group and is working to ensure the highest standards of design, sustainability and environmental protection are written into planning policy.

Croxley Green Parish Council

Andrew Gallagher and Chris Mitchell are both currently serving as Parish Councillors in Croxley Green.

Andrew was first co-opted to Croxley Green Parish Council in 2015 and elected in 2019. Andrew was Vice-Chair and Chair of the Planning and Development Committee in 2016 and 2017 respectively and was Chair of the Parish Council in 2019 and 2020.

Chris was first elected as a Parish Councillor in 2011 and was Chair of the Council from 2013 to 2017. Chris chaired the development of the Neighbourhood Plan, which gained 94% of the vote in the local referendum in 2018. Chris set up the Christmas Market by the library and led the Parish Council’s purchase of Weston Wood, which is now a protected community space that has been improved dramatically by the work of the Parish Council rangers.

You may recognise Chris from the Croxley Revels, having organised the arena events for over 20 years. He is MC for the New Year’s fireworks on the Green, and you may have seen him play St. George in the Mummers play, which is part of keeping the traditions going in Croxley Green.

Andrew and Chris stand outside the Red Cross Centre in the sun. They are wearing Green Party rosettes and are holding leaflets.
Andrew Gallagher and Chris Mitchell