Why vote for me….
Pinner ward has been held solely by the Conservative group since 1990. In today’s society, it is key to have a diverse and varied range of opinions and voices.
Take control of our community and vote for an independent stance instead of a party-led agenda.
I am standing for election as a local councillor for Pinner, in my own ward, as I truly believe I can do a significant job for our community.
I am someone who both understands the local area and the complexities of London living.
I have lived in Pinner all my life, still living in the same road I grew up in. I went to the local state school Pinner Wood School, went to Brownies at our local parish church and met my husband in the local pub, The Hand in Hand. I regularly use local facilities – and as a family we visit the parks, cafes and local shops weekly. My children attend the local primary school.
I also teach at the University of the Arts, London, working with a diverse group of students and staff. Every day I see challenges faced within this education community, ranging from finance and housing issues, through to dealing with mental health and well-being.
I am proud of where I live and how our community has developed over the years. I have seen many positive changes over the years, and a few I have been disappointed by. In the past I have lobbied for what I have believed in and hoped to make a change for the good of the community.
I am a determined campaigner for local change, working in the past on projects such as Save Pinner Memorial Park’s playground and services, and Save Pinner Post Offices. I firmly believe the role of the local councillors should be community-based and not political. That is why I am asking what you want from your local councillor, if elected I could represent your views and those of Pinner.
To vote for me –
Register to vote if you have not already done so.
To vote – Apply to vote by post or come along to your local polling station Pinner Methodist Church or Pinner Hill Community Centre on Thursday May 3rd 2018.