Party: Furness Independent Councillors
Other councillors representing this Ward:
8 Barnes Avenue
Bus. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download Cllr Martin McLeavy contact details as VCard
I was born in Barrow but have
spent most of my life in Dalton. I joined VSEL (now BAE Systems)
back in 1977 as an apprentice and have been retired for 5 years, my
final role was Senior Capability Manager –
I am skilled in a variety of disciplines and have a vast array of qualifications in Engineering, Life Cycle Management, Planning, Project Management, Metrology, Quality Control & Quality Assurance (Lead Auditor).
I have been married to Gill for 38 years and have two children Hollie & Josh, I also have three Grandchildren Mia, Sophie and Elena.
A past Director and Trustee of Dalton Community Association (Drill Hall) a project I was involved in for over 10 years and was part of a team that secured in excess of £500k from charitable organisations and local funders. The money transformed what was a near derelict building into a community asset; we recently received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
I have been active in a number of
organisations including the A590 Theatre and Anne Hood
awards. I am a STEM Ambassador for
local schools and offer my time freely.
I am a Trustee of University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay and I am
also a member of Rotary Club of Furness and have just completed 2
years as President.
My hobbies include holidaying (cruising), walking, cycling and fundraising, I am happiest when I am doing something.
I enjoy raising money for charity and once took part in a Sponsored Cycle ride across Israel raising £3k.
My ethos is “IF YOU WANT TO EFFECT CHANGE YOU NEED TO BE PART OF IT”. To utilise a phrase from Henry Royce (Rolls Royce) – TO DO ANYTHING RIGHTLY IS NOBLE, hopefully this will focus me on my constituents in Roosecote.
I am past Chairman of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee and member of Audit and Licensing Committees.
To view details of interests declared at meetings prior to January 2019 please click here.
To view attendance records from meetings prior to January 2019 please click here.