Meet the team!

A few local people prepared to work and try to make a difference in our community.

Hello from YOUR Association..

SMRA is a group of local people committed to a better quality of life for the residents of Stanwell Moor. We are friends and neighbours, we are mothers and fathers, husbands and wives trying to make a difference. We're working on your behalf to provide a voice that those in power will listen to.

We're working to challenge Heathrow Airport, Spelthorne Council, Surrey County Councils and Local Business to deliver better services, less pollution, less commercial traffic and improve our village and its environment and we'd ask you to join with us to work together to bring back a community spirit and pride in our neighbourhood. 

As a resident of this village everyone who lives here is automatically a member and we would welcome your involvement. This is a new and forward-thinking association and we're  currently looking for residents to form various committees. Residents who may be passionate about a particular issue that they believe 'if actioned' will help create a better Stanwell Moor. Any proposed issue has to be specifically village-related for the betterment of residents in the main and the village as a whole. 

So if you think you can help us help you, get in touch. The SMRA will meet every 3-months and we will hold our Annual General Meeting in the Spring. 

Stanwell Moor Residents Association.

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Claire Mack

My name is Claire Mack. I have lived in Stanwell Moor since 1990. I qualified as a dental nurse and then qualified as a registered general nurse in 1990 and have worked for the NHS for the last 37 years in and around the local area in various roles. I am married and have two children. I care about the environment and the effect that this has on people’s health. I have a dog and enjoy walking and the green spaces that we are lucky to have in Stanwell Moor. I hate litter with a passion and you’ll probably see me out with my litter picker and a bag.

Moureen Gordon

I attended the University of London in 2000 obtaining an MSc in Human Resources and Finance Management. I have had a varied career over the years which has included working in various banks and then on to Network Rail within their Human Resources and Payroll Department. I met my husband who worked as engineer for BA and so moved to Stanwell Moor Village in 2003. We have two sons, a rescue dog called Bailey, a cat called Tigger and a rabbit. Tiring of office work, I change my career and became a Nursery Practitioner. I continue to work with children to this day.

Simon Crossley

Vice Chair
Simon Crossley moved into the village in 2016 shortly after getting married and has been active in supporting the village with the wider property offer zone campaign and then as a community champion during the COVID pandemic. Simon has worked for Slough Borough Council since 1998, more recently in adult education. His involvement with the borough includes working in community safety for Spelthorne Borough Council and continuously for the last fifteen years as a presiding officer in Stanwell. When not playing squash he can often be found running on Stanwell Moor. He is proud to represent the village alongside other residents’ associations in the borough.

Can I Get Involved?

YES:- Simply enter your details and ideas in the form above. Or you can contact one of the association officers for an informal friendly chat and we'll hopefully move  things on from there. We are your [elected committee] and we're here to help residents in any way we can. It's what we were voted in to do and with your help that's what we intend to do



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