West Heywood Ward
As you know, polling day for the local Council elections will be on 5 May.
I would be proud and honoured to represent the residents of West Heywood.
I reside in my ward, I had a long career in the fire service spanning nearly 30 years moving to the area in the 1980's with my family to take up a position in Greater Manchester Fire Service. My family and I have lived in the town ever since and my grandsons attend local schools.
Following retirement from the Fire Service I have been involved in voluntary and charity work in the town, giving back to my community.
I want to speak up for West Heywood and represent you in the Town Hall "giving Heywood a stronger voice".
Front Line Services
• I commit to working hard to preserve the front line services that affect Heywood people on a day to day basis.
Green Flag Queens Park
• Queens Park has rightly been awarded the Green Flag status and as Vice Chair of the friends of Queens Park I commit to working to maintain those standards and keeping it as the most outstanding and Family friendly park in the Borough
• Heywood Township initiative to use the Green Team to target and clean GROT SPOTS has proved very productive and I commit to supporting the continued use of the Team in the Town.
I care about what happens to Heywood Town,
I care about what happens to Heywood People.
My priorities will be to work hard for the residents of Heywood.
To ensure front line service for Heywood are not diminished.
Despite Government cuts, locally Labour has budgeted wisely to keep all our libraries, and community centres open, we've put an extra quarter of a million into our Clean & Green Team to clean up grot spots and keep our town tidy.
A vote for anything but Labour could let UKIP in, and West Heywood cannot afford that.
That’s why I’m asking you to make sure you take time to vote Labour on the 5 May.