Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Step Forward together, Lead Change and Vote Alliance on 7 May 2015

North Down is a great place but needs ambition, energy and a fresh approach to take us forward. I’m relentlessly positive that our best days are yet to come and offer you courage, determination and commitment to build an even better place where we attract and retain talent, grow the economy, respect everyone as an individual whilst protecting and enhancing our environment for future generations.

Alliance is the only party that puts building a shared society as its top priority, aspiring to a new type of society which embraces diversity. I seek your support for this vision on the basis of a track record of inclusive leadership, delivery on the issues that matter plus a comprehensive Alliance Party manifesto with detailed policies on a range of areas such as plans to tackle division and save £1billion wasted each year on segregation, a Green New Deal, plans to tackle tax avoidance and also to end secretive political donations. Full details at www.allianceparty.org

On 7 May you can move forward to this vision or back to old them and us politics whilst opportunities and public finances are wasted. It’s your choice. Next Thursday let’s Step Forward together, Lead Change and vote Alliance.

Biography
38 years old, born, bred and living in North Down with a strong record of public service. Alliance Councillor since 2010, Former Mayor of North Down 2013/2014 undertaking over 700 engagements under theme Working as One, promoting inclusivity daily by engaging with an unprecedented range of people whether Faith Groups, Ethnic Minorities, GAA, Royal British Legion, Orange Order or many Charities such as St Vincent de Paul, Salvation Army and Guide Dogs for the Blind with £13,000 raised for Camphill, YMCA and Mark Pollock Trust.

Strong record of delivery on range of issues, whether £4.5million to address Kinnegar sewage pollution, Bangor 5k weekly parkrun, Bangor Culture Day, securing Council support for an end to fox hunting, saving Cultra Rail Station and Millisle Kindertransport Farm, upgrade for Redburn Country Park, cycling improvements, whilst also securing more transparent Council decision making over planning applications and battling to end secretive donations to political parties.

Alliance Council Group Leader, Member of Priory Integrated College Board of Governors, Friends of Columbanus, Bangor plus Friends of the Earth, Holywood Residents’ Association, Holywood Conservation Group and Cats Protection League. Keen amateur athlete and cyclist who often runs races as member of North Down Athletics Club.

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