Amy is a civil servant in the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Born and raised in Warrington, she is passionate about working for and seeing her home town thrive. In particular she is keen to see the development of Penketh’s community facilities for the benefit of all local residents.
A former lead member for transport, environment and climate change at the Council, Linda is a long-standing champion of protecting the green belt around Penketh. Linda is determined to ensure the decommissioning and redevelopment of Fiddlers Ferry Power Station doesn’t adversely affect local residents. Linda is also very committed to improving road safety, particularly around schools and residential areas. Linda has supported the local Covid-19 foodbank and flood support group and chairs Penketh Youth Centre.
As an auditor focused on health and safety and environmental impact, Kenny is dedicated to tackling injustice, unfairness, inequality and racism. He is a committed trade unionist, campaigning for a real living wage and scrapping zero-hours contracts. Kenny is a friend of Penketh Library, and wants to see improvements in and around Penketh, including Honiton Square, tackling vandalism, littering and dog fouling. Kenny is a firm supporter of local foodbanks and initiatives to tackle rough sleeping.
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Photos taken prior to lockdown.