Prospective Labour city councillor for St. Stephen’s Ward
I’ve lived in Worcester for over twenty years and have worked in education for most of that time. I’m a teacher at Worcester Sixth Form College. I have a degree in Public Administration and a post-graduate diploma in Computing.
When I moved back here in 2002 traffic congestion seemed a rarity, I’d been living in Birmingham for years and was astonished at the difference in air quality and that was a principal reason for my decision to make Worcester my home once again. Now traffic chaos, parking and pollution are significant concerns.
With better public transport and cycling infrastructure, Worcester would be a greener, cleaner and nicer place to live; a Labour city council is a step towards this.