I would like to start by telling you a little bit about me. I have lived in this borough for twenty-three years, where I grew up, where I have settled and where I call home. I have spent the last seven years as a community worker supporting individuals into work. I have also worked with those most vulnerable in society and delivered programmes for the elderly, individuals with disabilities and crime prevention.
I am not a politician who says all the things they are going to do and delivers nothing, I have a track record of doing things and I want to bring that experience to the council. I would also like to thank all of you who I have met.
I am determined to make Pitsea North-West a place to be proud of that everyone will enjoy living in. A borough that is safe, is clean and tidy, where everyone can park, where there are activities for everyone.
I will be doing all I can day and night to make this happen.
Please get in touch with me if you would like to discuss any issues or any of my campaign pledges. I have travelled the world trying to develop children’s rights, I have run marathons for causes I believe in.
If I am lucky enough to have your vote and become your councillor, I will always, always stand up for you.
Vote Labour on May 3rd for a Basildon that is for the many not the few.