Parish Councillors are volunteers, usually resident in the area they represent.  The Parish Council is here to represent the local community. Please contact us with any issues, concerns or ideas you have that will help make Fairfields a great place to live.


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Burn Robin has lived in Milton Keynes since moving here in 1989 to become the Chief Executive of Midsummer Housing Association eventually heading up the Midsummer Housing Group being the largest registered social landlord operating in Milton Keynes. He retired in 2006. His career in housing started in 1959 with Edmonton Borough Council then in the London Borough Councils of Enfield, Haringey and Barnet where he was Assistant Director of Housing and Environmental Services until his appointment with Midsummer. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing and a Freeman of the City of London. Robin is keen to see that Fairfields becomes a sustainable community where people want to live now and in the long term future and sees his role as a parish councillor helping to achieve that ambition.


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Ian was born in Coventry and recalls an enjoyable and active childhood raised in Warwickshire. His parents still live in the area and Ian moved to Milton Keynes 10 years ago when he met Alison, who is now his wife. Ian, Alison, their children, cat Alfie and poodle Simba now all live in Fairfields.
Ian started his career with Connells Estate Agency in his early 20s and has remained working for this company to the present day. He enjoys DIY, taking Simba the poodle for long walks and spending time with his very young family. Ian volunteered to be a parish councillor as he is keen to contribute and invest in building Fairfields as a thriving community and a wonderful place to live.



Anna was born in Edinburgh and moved to the area in 2000. Anna has since lived in London, studied her MA in Production Design and continued with her career in the film industry. Anna has been lucky enough to travel the world with her career and subsequently has had the opportunity to work on a variety of community projects which she finds very rewarding. Since starting her own family she
chose to move back to the area and now lives in Fairfields with her husband Alastair, their two young children and cat Tigerlily. Anna now works full time as the Design Manager for Bletchley Park but still finds time to pursue her other passions including gardening. As part of the council Anna is hoping to represent the voice of families in the community and help create an environment that she is proud to bring up her family in. Anna is particularly focused on developing the allotments and a community garden space for everyone to enjoy.



Mark has lived in Fairfields since December 2016, having moved from Penarth, Wales. Mark wants Fairfields to be a community where everyone has a voice, and that voice can be heard - through listening and understanding, we can make this a community people want to join. This is the first time Mark has been on a parish council, and is excited about making a difference.
Mark has over 20 years experience in Internet/Computer Security. Mark currently works for Zscaler Inc, a cloud transformation company and is responsible for complex computer network architectures for global companies. Mark Ryan graduated from Cardiff University with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science.


Simon grew up in Somerset before joining the Royal Air Force as a Fighter Controller. He left the RAF in 2012 and now works within a global procurement consultancy. Simon lives in Fairfields with his wife Lyn and their two brown Labradors, Molly & Fudge.
His hobbies include running, keeping fit, watching sport, skiing and skydiving.
Simon is passionate about making Fairfields a great place to live and working with all organisations to achieve this.

Simon is the current Parish Council Chair.



Jean is the Parish Clerk to Fairfields and Whitehouse Parish Councils.

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