Your Councillors for Rainbow Hill Ward

Zoë Cookson

I have worked or lived in Worcester for 24 years. I began my career at Worcester City Council tackling crime and anti-social behaviour before moving to the county council to lead on children’s centres, extended schools and healthy schools. After that, I worked on many different projects for the NHS. I now run my own business.

In the two years since I was elected, I have been a strong voice for Rainbow Hill. I’ve worked with the police to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour, speeding and selfish parking. I’ve regularly challenged Platform Housing to deliver a better service for tenants. I obtained funding for the KGV, Tolly and Rainbow Hill Hubs and for a gate between KGV Playing Fields and Brickfields Road. I’ve organised community meetings and have ‘called in’ unsuitable planning applications. I co-lead a monthly litter pick to ensure our streets remain free from litter and dog mess.

Adrian Gregson

I am standing for election to represent the local community where I have lived for nearly 40 years. As a current City Councillor, I have experience in dealing with local concerns over a range of topics. I have been Leader of the Council and last year I had the honour to be the Mayor and that gave me a great opportunity to meet lots of people and organisations across Worcester who do so much to make this a great place.

I also know from that experience that many people in Rainbow Hill are suffering due to the cost of living, inadequate housing, anti-social behaviour and a poor public transport network. As your representative, I speak and act on these issues.

It is only Labour who can win a majority in the Guildhall to be able to address these inequalities, revitalise our economy, protect our heritage and unleash the talent of local people.

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