I moved to Bath in 2019 to begin my degree studying Sport and Exercise Science. Despite a return home during the pandemic, I have thoroughly enjoyed living in Bath over the last few years.
I am passionate about positive societal change, and have participated in litter picks with the University, tree planting with More Trees for BANES and am a regular volunteer at Bath Skyline parkrun.
After being on the committee for People & Planet at the University, I decided to move my efforts to link up with the local community by joining the Young Greens. In 2022, I attended the Young Greens 30 under 30 scheme which aims to empower young people to play a strong part in green politics, and so in my final year at the University of Bath I decided to apply for a role in the University Green Party. This led me to getting involved with the local party, and here I am!
I believe that regardless of how long you live somewhere, it is essential that you work towards improving the area for people and the environment, and we need big change here in Bath if we are to play our role in tackling the climate crisis. The Greens are here to face the challenge head on, and I know that morally I need to be a part of it.