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Esher in Bloom Committee Members

Esher In Bloom Members

Lucy Roshier lives locally and works at the Killik & Co branch in Esher in Marketing and Community Engagement. Working for a business on the High Street, Lucy is keen to improve Esher’s look not just for those who work and live here but to help make Esher a place more people will want to come and visit. With two young daughters, Lucy is also keen to encourage more young people to get involved in the initiatives started by Esher in Bloom and create areas where they can enjoy being outside and have spaces to unwind and be proud of.

Roger McCormick, who chairs Esher in Bloom, has lived in Esher since 1976. After a long career as a partner in a City law firm he has had a mix of activities, including roles at London School of Economics and Bayes Business School. For some years, he has been a non-executive director of a company in the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking group. He also hosts various music shows on Brooklands Radio.

Amanda Manship, has lived in Esher since 2003, and has enjoyed volunteering in the Esher community since 2010. She’s helped set up a Foodbank, gardening and cooking projects, as well as running a fruit and veg business! She first approached the Chamber of Commerce early in 2022 with the idea of Esher in Bloom and enlisted the help of Roger, Lucy and Councillor Steve Bax to launch the group. 

Steve Bax, is the Surrey County Councillor for East Molesey & Esher and a director of Esher Chamber of Commerce (Esher in Bloom’s parent organisation). His background is in media and communications. He worked as a community reporter for many years before becoming a councillor and his current responsibilities including serving as Elmbridge’s Deputy Mayor, and as Surrey’s Deputy Cabinet Member for Highways.

Peter Delf, has lived in Esher for over 40 years. Former Contracts and Procurement Manager for a UK North Sea Oil and Gas Exploration and Production company. Currently Procurement Manager for a company pioneering the large-scale capture of carbon dioxide from industrial flue gas emissions welcomed the opportunity to join this enthusiastic group of volunteers, which has already significantly contributed to enhancing the appearance of Esher High Street. The local environment for residents and visitors to Esher is extremely important, there is still more work to be done for a greener future. His responsibilities include serving as Elmbridge’s Deputy Mayor, and as Surrey’s Deputy Cabinet Member for Highways.