Candidates for Hengrove and Whitchurch Park Ward 2021

Caroline Jenkins, Rory Casey, Martin Golding - Candidates for Hengrove and Whitchurch Park Ward 2021
Contact Caroline Jenkins, Rory Casey, Martin Golding
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Our team in Hengrove and Whitchurch Park for 6th May 2021

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Caroline Jenkins
Rory Casey

Martin Golding

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Vote for Caroline, Rory and Martin to be your councillors in Hengrove and Whitchurch Park.

 

Caroline has lived in the area for 34 years bringing up her family here and through her work and voluntary roles understands the disadvantages that our community suffers as well as the good things.

Her major passion is education and ensuring we have a better and fairer world for our children and future generations. She has been a school governor for 30 years, was a key driver in the development of Bridge Learning Campus and a founder member of the Hartcliffe and Withywood Community Partnership.

Rory is a specialist in renewable energy development and engineering having spent his career working within the field. Having started as a labourer, constructing solar farms around the south west he has gone on to become a design engineer responsible for several of the UK’s largest ground mounted solar farms as well as other energy projects, including hydro and wave power and the production of hydrogen for use as a vehicle fuel. Rory has also worked for many years as a volunteer with Legs 4 Africa, a Bristol based prosthetics charity, working alongside the local teams to raise funding both at a grant and event based level.

Martin has lived in Bristol all his life, works in Customer Relationship Management and has previous experience as a City Councillor. The Conservative government have spent 10 years undermining local authorities, and Martin can use his skills, experience and determination in the community and to ensure the City Council deliver what the residents in Hengrove and Whitchurch need.

Our aims if elected are to:

  • Promote and develop the sense of community in the area, building on the good work done during lockdown

  • Support youth and education to empower all young people to find success

  • Push for improved and more integrated public transport links

  • Support real affordable housing with access to local shops, leisure facilities and green spaces, and identify funding for improvements to green spaces

  • Work collaboratively for local training and jobs with the emphasis on well paid stable employment in renewable energy and infrastructure

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