Colehill & Wimborne Minster East


Jindy Atwal

Jindy has lived in the Wimborne area for the past 20 years along with her two children. Jindy is a secondary teacher who is passionate about education and child care provision, with almost 20 years’ experience in the profession. 


Being a teacher, Jindy has gained valuable first-hand knowledge of the needs of our children and the challenges faced by our teachers. Her passion for making a difference to the lives of children and young people and her experience in the classroom means Jindy will bring a new approach to the Council. 

Jindy is incredibly motivated about giving back to the community. She loves rolling up her sleeves and getting involved in helping to make the local area a better place - from litter picks to tree planting, she is keen to get involved in improving Colehill!

Each year Jindy participates in a 100km+ hike in the local area to raise money for the Eve Appeal, a cancer research charity, and is in support of the Lib Dem two-month cancer treatment guarantee which will ensure cancer patients will receive treatment shortly after their diagnosis. 

Hobbies & Interests

In her spare time, you can find Jindy out and about in our lovely countryside taking long hikes, cycles and runs. She loves listening to live music and ventures to as many concerts as she can.

Tel: 01202 658629     





Andrew Todd

Andrew loves living in Colehill with his wife, Sharon, and their two daughters who both attend local schools. For many years Andrew has worked in the exhibition industry, organising large industrial trade shows around the world, most recently as a board director at a global trade show company. Andrew has the business and organisational skills to get things done and to be a great local councillor. 


Andrew has a strong track record of working for the community. Coopted onto Colehill Parish Council two years ago, he sits on the Finance & General Purposes Committee and consistently works to ensure council taxpayers get value for their money.

Andrew was a Parent Governor for Hayeswood First School whilst his children were there, becoming Chair of the Academy Committee for his final year. Andrew has a hands-on approach when it comes to helping improve our local area and is determined to improve facilities for local people of all ages.

Supporting local people is second nature for Andrew who would like to see more consistency in local planning and is committed to fighting for the preservation of the nature of our village and surrounding area. 

Hobbies & Interests

Having played rugby as an amateur in Ireland, Northern Spain and West London before retiring, Andrew remains actively involved in sport, further supporting his community by taking on the role of membership secretary of his local sports club and sitting on the county organising committee, representing Dorset's interests at the National Association.

Tel: 020 8819 2144     


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