Timothy Charles Farmer (1936-2008) was a marketing manager and Conservative Party politician.

Born in Chelsea, he was the son of Hugh Robert MacDonald Farmer, Senior Clerk of the House of Commons, and Penelope Frances née Boothby.

At the Greater London Council election, 1967 he was a Conservative candidate at Southwark. The three Southwark seats were easily held by the Labour Party but Farmer became a member of the Greater London Council when he was selected as an alderman. He did not complete his six-year term, resigning on 11 October 1971.

He died in Spain, aged 71.


  • "Mr C Chataway named as GLC alderman". The Times: p. 3. 2 May 1967.