Wimborne Minster


Shane Bartlett

Born and raised in Wimborne, Shane has lived in Wimborne Minster all his life with his wife, Tracey, and their two daughters, who have attended local schools like himself. Shane works in the medical industry.


As a longstanding resident of the area, Shane cares about the people and places that make up Wimborne and he is not afraid to roll up his sleeves and get stuck in. He first represented the community when he joined the Town Council in 2011 and was elected to EDDC in 2015, DCC in 2017 and the new unitary Dorset Council in 2019. He currently holds positions of responsibility on Town and Dorset Councils as chairman and vice chairman of various committees.

Shane has been campaigning for better childrens provision in our local area and has worked to resurrect the Youth cafe to create a safe space for our youngest residents. In addition, he has been working hard to improve road safety across our area with more signage around schools and 20mph zones in areas with vulnerable pedestrians. He is also pursuing a strategic plan for Wimborne which has attracted significant support and funding in Dorset Council. 

Shane can often be found out and about surveying local residents to find out if they have any issues that they need support with. In addition he runs monthly advice surgeries at the local library with his ward colleague David.

Hobbies & Interests

Shane likes walking across the Dorset countryside and reading about History.

Tel: 07593 197302      

Email: shane11lib@aol.com 


David Morgan

David has lived in and around Wimborne for the last 55 years, along with his wife and his son, who is a police officer. Before David retired, he taught at schools locally in Dorset for over 40 years.


David has been a campaigner in the local area for many years and has represented the Wimborne community as a councillor for the past 21 years. During this time he has been involved in many local charity and community projects. 

David has been on the Wimborne Youth management Committee, and is focused on using his skills and experience to directly improve facilities for local people of all ages. Recently, he has been campaigning for improved accessibility to local shops, by talking to businesses on the high street and promoting ramps. 

His 40 years in education has given him a breadth of knowledge, and combined with his passion for the local community, he will make an excellent representative for our area.

Hobbies & Interests

In his spare time David enjoys visiting the tearoom at the Museum of East Dorset, while he stepped down being the Chair for the museum, he still enjoys supporting the museum on a regular basis. David is a member of the Wimborne Methodist Church.

Tel: 01202 821115    

Email: david_morg@tiscali.co.uk


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