Previously practising as a solicitor, Rebecca works to improve open spaces to make the local environment more enjoyable. She leads on health and social care at the Council and pushed for the new Chapelford Health Centre finally to be built. She has been at the heart of the town’s response to Covid, working to create strong partnerships with health, care and voluntary organisations. She is a longstanding supporter of Warrington Foodbank.
Steve is a retired vicar, and former railway worker. He takes a special interest in planning and transport and is against the government proposals to split Liverpool-Manchester local trains at Warrington. In Chapelford and Old Hall ward, he’s been a strong advocate for improved services to Warrington West station whilst also pressing for road improvements and better footpaths into green spaces.
A nurse and university lecturer, Paul teaches nurses, pharmacists and allied health professionals to become prescribers. As a keen cyclist he understands the many benefits of active travel and was central to the Tour of Britain coming to Warrington this September. Paul is determined to ensure people can enjoy their local environment through improved places to play, cycling and walking routes and green open spaces.
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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.