Dick Wolff, councillor for St. Mary's

Dick has lived in Oxford since 1995, is 64 years old and has two adult children. His wife is a retired primary school teacher. After a career as a graduate mining engineer and a year as a youth worker in inner-city Liverpool, Dick read theology at Mansfield College and was ordained as a United Reformed Church minister in 1981. For ten years he served as a church 'ambassador' in the world of industry and the local economy, working from Coventry Cathedral; he currrently serves churches in Risinghurst and Cowley. Elected a city councillor in 2010, Dick is a member of the County's Advisory Committee on Religious Education. A keen musician, he leads a local ceilidh band and folk group.

East Oxford Green Party city councillor. United Reformed Church minister. English trad folk musician.