Having moved to Radstock from Central Bristol in 2019, I've become fascinated by the rich history of the area. There's so much potential in the landscape and buildings of Radstock, waiting to be unleashed. I'm particularly interested in opening up more accessible green spaces within the town, and pushing for better public transport links outside of the main route into Bath.
As Vice-chair of Tyning Together, I've been involved in organising community events and litter picks, and working with other local groups like Radstock In Bloom to improve the lived environment in our part of town.
I joined the Green Party because I believe Social, Economic and Environmental Justice are inextricably linked, and the transformative change we need can never be achieved until the Tory/Labour duopoly on power is broken.