Your Councillors for Warndon & Elbury Park Ward

Jill Desayrah

I am standing for re-election to the City Council in the new ward of Warndon and Elbury Park because of my passion for working with the community.

I’m leading the regeneration of the green space at Woodmancote. Whilst protecting its wildlife, this long-lost area is returning to the community. Spring bulbs are now in flower, raised beds are ready for planting and more improvements are planned for the Autumn.

18 months since I started it, the volunteer run Open Door Cafe is thriving at the Warndon Hub. Funded through sponsorship, it’s a place of welcome and friendship, serving around 50 free, home cooked lunches each week.

I’ve consistently taken action on fly tipping and antisocial behaviour, hold regular litter picks and helped many residents with their housing problems. But it is the community spirit here that makes me love it and want to carry on.

Naz Hussain

I live locally in the Warndon and Elbury Park ward with my family, so I understand the challenges we face day to day. Rogue landlords, fly tipping and the struggle most face with the cost of living crisis are real issues locally.

I know how hard local residents are working to stay on top of things. That’s why I want to be your voice at the City Council, to help bring power back to the local area and improve life for everyone.

Whether that’s helping your business to thrive, improving access to education and healthcare, or fighting for a better bus service – my family and I know that you can count on the Labour Party to be on your side and that Labour councillors will always do their best by you. I hope you will use your votes to support me and my colleagues Jill Desayrah and Ed Kimberley on 2nd May.

Edward Kimberley

I am a local musician and teacher, and I first stood as a candidate for Gorse Hill ward in 2022. Win or lose, my promise was to be an advocate for local people. That’s why I fought for the council’s Free Bulky Waste Collection Service, and it’s why I fought for HMO licensing rules to be extended across the whole of Worcester: a crucial first step in the fight against rogue landlords and cowboy developers that plague our local area. Imagine how much more we could achieve if, for the first time since I was 5, we had a Labour majority on the council.

We’re promising investment in skills and decent jobs, more affordable housing, action on anti-social behaviour, help for struggling families, and more support for local businesses. After 14 years of Tory failure and chaos at the council, only a strong, united Labour team can secure Worcester’s future.

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