Callum Smith

Callum served 24 years with the British Army, and upon leaving worked in the Oil sector as an Operations Coordinator and then as a Housing & Training Support worker for a local Charity in the Black Isle and Inverness.  Being from a service background he understands the need for effective community involvement at Local Government level. Callum always puts the needs of others before his own self-interests. He is one of the Councillors for Ward 15, Inverness Ness-side.

Contact details: 
Regional Campaign Manager/Councillor Inverness Ness-side
Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party
109 Church Street, Inverness, IV1 1EY
Tel: +44 (0) 1463 233986
Mobile: 07920 267886 / Councillor Mobile 07787 669338

Conservative Association email:
callum.smith@scottishconservatives.com
Council email:  Callum.smith.cllr@highland.gov.uk
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/CllrCSmith/
Twitter:  @CllrCallumSmith

Callum sits on the following Highland Council committees, groups and boards:

  • Environment, Development and Infrastructure
  • Care, Learning and Housing
  • Inverness City Committee
  • Highland Licensing Committee
  • Highland Licencing board
  • Redesign Board
  • Adult Services Scrutiny and Development Board
  • Health and Social Services working Group
  • Inverness Events and Festivals Committee
  • Hilton Community Centre Management Board
  • Inverness Area Sports Council
  • Town Twinning Committee
  • Board Member Raddery Trust
  • Council representative with Highland Reserve Forces and Cadets Association
  • Member of Armistice Day working group

He is also a Black Belt instructor in two martial art disciplines

The Highland Council webpage for Callum Smith is at https://www.highland.gov.uk/councillors/74/callum_smith.

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