Supervisor Ray Trafford, 63, lives in Cherrytree Walk, Chesham, with his wife Ann. His hobbies are playing darts and supporting Oxford United Football Club.
Born in Northern Ireland, Mr Trafford spent many years in Oxford. He has lived in Chesham for 27 years and likes the town.
Q: What is your general opinion of Chesham?
A: I do not think the shops are too good. Some could do with more
stock. Perhaps this is because of the economic crisis. There is a nice selection of shops but we are certainly living through tough times.
Q: What do you like about Chesham?
A: It is nice and compact. The pedestrianisation of the town works, in my opinion, because it makes it easy to get from one end
of the town to the other. The people are also very nice.
Q: What do you dislike about Chesham?
A: Parking is a big problem. They could allow people some free time when parking. Also, there are a lot of dumped cars in and around Chesham.
Q: Do you watch Chesham United FC?
A: Parking is difficult there, everyone seems to go. The side is doing very much better and hopefully they will do better still.