Robert Donald

District Councillor for Cunningham


T: 01727 841 647
E: r[email protected]

First elected in 1980, Robert Donald has impressed many with his strong community values and determination to get things done for our area.

Robert’s priorities for the district council going forward include delivering more homes that local people can actually afford while protecting the Green Belt.

He said: “There’s so much more I want to achieve for our community. I feel like the job is only half complete.”


Rob Prowse

District Councillor for Cunningham


T: 01727 827 258
E: [email protected]

Rob Prowse has been the District Councillor for Cunningham since 2002 and was County Councillor for St Albans East from 2005-2017.

He originally trained as an apprentice with Kodak and ended his career with them as a Senior Technician as world wide lead on product drying. Rob first joined the Liberal Party in 1984 and was first elected as a councillor in Harrow. He has been involved in local politics ever since.

As a County Councillor, Rob focused on improving the state of our highways - and highlighted the failings of the County Council to provide a decent repairs service.

At a local level, Rob is working with residents to find a way of improving the traffic management outside schools using parking restrictions and lower speed limits. He is also aware of the threat to the character of St Albans by inappropriate developments.


Geoff Harrison

District Councillor for Cunningham


T: 01727 764 549
E: [email protected]

Cllr Anthony Rowlands

County Councillor for St Albans East
(covering Cunningham and Ashley)


T: 01727 839 132
E: [email protected]

Anthony has represented Ashley Ward since 2006 and is County Councillor for St Albans East.

He is currently Chair of the Local Services Scrutiny Committee and Spokesperson for Sport, Culture and Heritage. Until May 2011, he was Portfolio Holder for Sport and Leisure and, along with colleagues, guided through the new Westminster Lodge project to the commencement of construction.

Over the years, he has worked closely with residents on a wide range of local issues:  highway safety; footway and  grass verges repairs; resolving parking problems; social housing provision; planning issues; improving  play facilities; improving our open spaces and enhancing other community facilities.

In July 2015 Anthony was appointed mental health champion for the City and District of St Albans. In that capacity he works with a wide variety of local organisations and individuals to raise awareness and understanding and improve mental health provision.

Anthony has two children, Sam and Alice. His late wife Harriet was a greatly respected and much loved teacher at Beaumont School until her retirement in 2013. The family have placed a bench in Harriet’s memory in Clarence Park.

He is often seen running around the ward checking on local issues. He has completed 12 London Marathons and 29 St Albans Half Marathons. He escapes from politics and work on Saturday afternoons in the sometimes hapless, sometimes joyful cause of supporting his beloved Burnley FC.

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