Putting Twerton First
As a resident in Twerton for over seven years, with my young family, I am honoured to have been selected by the Conservative Party as their prospective candidate for my local area in the BANES Council Election in May 2023. Twerton is my home, and I want to give something back to a community I admire.
I strongly believe the Council should be doing more to help the people of Twerton realise their potential. We need a new sense of energy and determination, and a stronger voice for Twerton within BANES. People tell me nothing much has changed for the better here for years. I want to help make a real change for our whole community.
I am a campaigner
For more than a decade, as a Christian, I have promoted freedom of religion and belief, and championed the rights of all faith and ethnic communities. I work internationally with a specific focus on the persecution and genocide of ethnic and religious minorities worldwide, and have spoken on this to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and UK Parliament. I also contributed to the Bishop of Truro’s review commissioned by the UK Government.
Locally, I have been featured in the media campaigning to build a stronger local economy, attract investment and jobs, and improve transport, housing, health and social care services.
My Work with Others
I have a degree in business management and have work in the NHS. I have lived in Twerton for over seven years and so am very aware of the local issues and concerns of the community.
I already work with community groups, local businesses, local charities, youth clubs, Churches, other faith and ethnic communities, and many inspiring individuals to try to unlock the potential of Twerton. Together we can make this a better place to live, work and raise a family.
Twerton needs a real Champion
It’s time for a new start in Twerton. Here is my plan:
- regenerate and tidy up our High Street, and make Twerton safer for families
- boost jobs locally, and help more people to work from home
- protect and improve our green spaces, with better equipment and more activities for our children
- bring more health services to Twerton, making it easier for us to use them
- fight crime and anti-social behaviour with more CCTV and police patrols
- demand improvements to our houses and street cleanliness: prosecute fly-tippers
- work with the Council and bus company to improve bus services
- improve the local mobile telephone network, and upgrade broadband
IT’S TIME FOR A NEW START IN TWERTON!
ITS TIME FOR A NEW FACE, FIGHTING FOR TWERTON!