People

Mr Sean Driscoll

Deputy Chairman (Fundraising)Sean is 59 years old and lives in Llandaff with his wife, Deborah.  They have been married for 34 years and have two children; Matthew lives and works in London and his daughter, Shaunagh is studying training at Cardiff University to become a nurse.

Dr Malcolm Arnold

TreasurerMarried to Cathie with two children and five grandchildren. We lived for many years in the West Midlands, where I was born, and moved to Radyr Cardiff in 2007. Now retired but previously worked in management roles in the Telecoms industry in the UK, Europe and USA.I have been a Conservative member for many years as a supporter rather than an activist, but have become more involved since moving to Cardiff.I am interested in economics, photography and most things technical.

Mr Andrew Davies AM

Welsh Assembly Member for the South Wales Central RegionLeader of the Welsh Conservatives in the National Assembly

Mr David Melding AM

Welsh Assembly Member for the South Wales Central RegionDeputy Presiding OfficerDavid gives politicians a good name. One of the National Assembly's most able members, he combines an impressive grasp of the political process and constitutional affairs with eloquence and good humour - a fact that has won him plaudits among colleagues and the media alike.

Cllr Graham Thomas

County Councillor for Creigiau and St FagansCllr Graham Thomas was elected in May 2012 to represent Creigiau and St Fagans Ward on Cardiff Council.

Cllr Gavin Hill-John

County Councillor for PentyrchAbout me: Where to start? Not at the beginning, if you want to know more about my 5m swimming achievements get in touch!After graduating from Cardiff University in 1998 ASDA approached me and asked me to join their graduate management scheme. How could I resist!On turning 30 I had a chance to build on my leadership skills when I was head hunted by Barclays Bank. I spent 4 years there managing 4 branches around South Wales.