020 8397 3505
124 Somerset Avenue HookChessingtonKT9 1PR
I have lived in Hook for nineteen years and in Kingston for ten years before that, so I have a good knowledge of the local area.
Over the past four years I have been the Chair of the Health Overview Panel and for the past year, Lead Member for Children’s Health and Wellbeing.
I have been involved in health and education in Kingston for a long time, as I have been a Governor in four different schools over the past twenty-two years and still serve on two governing bodies. My three children all attended local schools.
My professional background is in nursing sick children, and I worked with families and children in schools and the community for many years. I also trained as an advocate for young people. I am a member of the Parochial Church Council at St Paul’s Hook and involved with a number of local bodies.
I look forward to being able to continue working hard to represent everyone who lives in Chessington North and Hook, and to build on the many improvements my colleagues and I have made to the local area.
Liberal Democrats have 17 seats on Kingston Council. The Conservatives have 28 seats, and Labour have 2 seats. One seat is currently vacant following the death of Cllr Chrissie Hitchcock.
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