Meet your Labour candidates for

Bewsey and Whitecross

Our Candidates

Bewsey and Whitecross

Tom Jennings

Tom is a small business owner in Warrington and is the Councils lead member for economic development and innovation.  During the pandemic and recent floods, he supported emergency food parcel collections and deliveries across the ward.  Tom played a crucial role in getting the Bewsey and Dallam Hub delivered to support the wellbeing of local residents.

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Sarah Hall

Mum of two, Sarah, co-founded the local school uniform swap shop, which helps parents to get good quality uniforms for their children.  From fighting for the new Bewsey and Dallam Hub and improving play opportunities for children, to opposing plans for a waste transfer site, Sarah works very hard representing local residents.  Whether shes organising regular community clean up days, supporting people in need throughout the pandemic or organising and delivering emergency support parcels during the recent floods, she is always there to help.

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Steve Wright

Steve is a community support worker and Fairtrade champion.  He strongly supports local work on fair access to decent food, housing and school uniforms.  Steve has a strong track record of fighting for improved opportunities for residents.  He played a key role in delivering the Dallam Hub to tackle health disadvantage and successfully opposed the waste transfer site.

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Promoted by Jane Whalen on behalf of Warrington Labour at Labour North West, Spencer House, 97 Dewhurst Road, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 7PG.

Photos taken prior to lockdown.