Skip to main content


Cllr Kingsley Jolowicz

I was born in Croxley Green in 1969, and moved to Sarratt in 1973, after a period in Chesham, my family moved back to Rickmansworth in 1989 and lI lived there until I moved to London  in 1998. My wife and I moved back to the area in 2015 settling in North Watford. I went to nursery school in Croxley Green, then briefly York House and on to schools in Amersham and then in Henley-on-Thames. I have been teaching Politics for the last 23 years at Uxbridge College, City of Westminster College and for the last nine years at St Dominic’s Sixth Form College in Harrow.

In the local area I am Vice-Chair of governors at Cassiobury Junior School in Watford and I am part of the welcome team at my local church, Soul Survivor Watford.. As a member of Croxley Green Parish Council I not only want to contribute to its future but also to ensure its past is protected and to keep Croxley special. As a politics teacher, I have to keep my political views private but I strongly believe in equality, social justice and compassion. My personal interests include football, I am a season ticket holder at Tottenham Hotspur, watching cricket, and taking part in pub quizes. As a new parish councillor for Croxley Green, I will listen to what the community wants and to help to try to achieve any changes required.

Is this page useful?