Your Councillors for Nunnery Ward

Pat Agar

I have served as a city councillor since 2006, representing Nunnery. Like most local residents, I am very proud of our beautiful, historic city.

Across the country and in Worcester, we have seen shops, pubs and institutions disappear. They are at the heart of the places we call home. Labour will support people and businesses by delivering skills training and job advice in local neighbourhoods. Ronkswood Community Centre will receive £128,000 to upgrade facilities and provide a skills hub.

I know that times are tough, with many of us struggling to pay our bills in the cost of living crisis. If re-elected, I will make sure we get value for money from local services. I will work with colleagues to improve play facilities for our children and young people, and to improve much needed bus services.

Finally, I would like to thank the people of Nunnery and ask for your support to continue as your city councillor.

Basharat Ali

Since I was elected to represent Nunnery Ward two years ago, I have seen how difficult life has become for so many in Worcester. The cost-of-living crisis is hitting hard. Skyrocketing energy bills and food prices are crippling families. We need to see greater ambition locally to ensure homes are well insulated and families are given the financial support they need. Nationally and locally, the Tories have let us all down.

I have worked hard to deal with anti-social behaviour in the area. With my Nunnery councillor colleagues I carry out regular Ward ‘walkabouts’ and litter picks. I continue to support activities at Ronkswood Community Centre and Newtown Green and am doing all I can to secure improvements at Medway community centre and local play areas.

If elected, you can be assured that I will continue to work hard for you and be always on your side.

Elaine Willmore

I am a Physiotherapist and Health Researcher with 25 years of NHS service. I love working with people and have learned through my career that the most important thing is listening to people, not just hearing them, to find out what really matters to them.

I am married and have two children – both of whom attend our local High School. As a family we are lucky to enjoy active lives, with both our boys involved in various sporting and musical activities. I know Worcester is brimming with talented young people and want to see their creative abilities unlocked and developed.

I strongly believe that healthy minds and bodies are inextricably linked and access to nature and green spaces is vital for well-being. Delivering better youth and play facilities across the city is a key part of our manifesto and I hope I can be part of ensuring its delivery.

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