Maureen leads Warrington Council’s response on Covid-19, doing an important job supporting local residents and keeping them informed about the pandemic. She is well-known for working closely with local residents and finding practical solutions to a wide range of issues. Tackling social isolation, improving accessibility for older and disabled people, supporting young families and enhancing the local environment are all important issues for Maureen, who also supports our local food banks and initiatives to help homeless people into safe accommodation.
Warrington through and through, Les is a retired trade union official. He secured funding for the new playground on Causeway Park.
Les was Instrumental in setting up and managing St Werburgh’s Community Hub, where he is volunteer manager, he has secured other local facilities for residents to enjoy. Les works closely with local police on safety for local residents as well as campaigning for environmental improvements.
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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.