L O A D I N G
  • Name

    Kevin Davis
  • Who am I?

    Politician, Musician and Father
  • Phone number

    +44 7789 920493
  • Email address

    kevin@kevindavis.org.uk
  • Home

    Kingston upon Thames
  • My other place

    Ventnor, Isle of Wight
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About Me

Like many, I have had a diverse life. I started on the stage in the West End aged 10 and before that had been a chorister in a local church choir. I was trained to sing and continued to do so to this day. I have worked in business, charities and been an elected politician.

I ran an international textile company, set up and rescued a range of Charities in education and disability and now I manage a number of projects in politics and the development industry. 

I am Chairman of the trust that refurbished All Saints Church in Kingston, the place where the first King of England and his heirs was crowned before the building of Westminster Abbey in the 11th Century.

Politics was an interest at school. But it was not until the dying days of the Conservative Government up to 1997 that I actually became active. Since then I have been a Council Leader, Parliamentary candidate and just worked for change in my local community.

“Socialism only works in two places: Heaven where they don’t need it and hell where they already have it.”


President Ronald Reagan

I have a love of the sea and so as well as living in the Royal Borough of KIngston upon Thames our family has a home on the sea in Ventnor on the Isle of Wight. It’s become my place of peace and reflection. I will always be a Londoner but London is a mad, hectic and pressurised place to live. We all need somewhere else, whether it’s the end of the garden, the middle of Richmond Park, the beach or that memory of a holiday. I have been lucky enough in life to have Ventnor.

I believe in God but not in a blind way but questioning, similar to the way I am not silent in questioning my political party when they make mistakes.

Live simply, love generously, care deeply, speak kindly, leave the rest to God.

President Ronald Reagan