Peter Aldous was born in Ipswich and has lived in North Suffolk most of his life. Before entering Parliament, he helped look after the family pig and arable farm outside Halesworth and worked as a Chartered Surveyor in Norwich and Ipswich.
He has been both a Waveney District Councillor and a Suffolk County Councillor, where he was Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group.
Peter relaxes by following most sports and has been an Ipswich Town season ticket holder for many years. A keen squash player, when not working he looks to be on court most evenings at the Beccles Sports Centre.
Peter was elected Member of Parliament for Waveney in 2010.
Dissolution of Parliament
This site was established while I was a Member of Parliament. As Parliament has now dissolved there are no Members of Parliament until after the Election on 7 May 2015.
Peter Aldous Supports Appeal for Suffolk Family Carers
Suffolk Family Carers, in partnership with BBC Radio Suffolk, are trying to raise over half a million pounds for a Mobile Family Carers Centre. This money will also support the centre to tour the County, bringing the services of Suffolk Family Carers closer to those who otherwise would not be able to access them.