Co-opted to KSPC: 15th May 2023
Reasons for standing as a Parish Councillor
I have lived in the village since 2007, and owing to family and work commitments I have never really had time or space in my life to give back to the community. However, I have recently finished my main working role, and with only one of our children now and home, I feel I now have the space to be more involved in the community.
King’s Somborne is a fabulous village in a wonderful part of Hampshire and we are privileged being part of this community. I would like to think that I have a skills set as a medical practitioner that would benefit our village by becoming a parish councillor.
Experience brought to the Council
I am an NHS GP having worked at Friarsgate Practice in Winchester for 28 years as a partner of the business. I finished there in March 2023, not to retire completely from work, but to allow me to work in a slightly different way. I now work within Occupational Medicine via the company that my wife Helen and I set up two years ago – Kingsgate Medical Ltd. As a medical professional and a business owner I have developed many skills, but most importantly I am a humanitarian and a strong communicator – essential requirements of being a successful GP! I am very keen to bring my diversity of skill set to the Parish Council and give back to our village and community.
Click here to see the statutory declaration of pecuniary interests for Cllr Michael Lambert
KSPC Planning Committee – Member
KSPC Budget Working Group – Member
KSPC Resilience & Bourne Working Group – Member
KSPC Support: Resilience Plan