Bushey Heath 2015

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Your Labour team for Bushey Heath

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In this election this year there are only Labour and Tory candidates.  Why not consider giving Labour one of your 3 votes.

Give your priority to David Bearfield

 

David Bearfield has lived in Bushey Heath since 1981.  During this time there cannot be many community organisations that he hasn’t been involved with.  He believes in the principals of equality and fairness that underpin the Labour Party.  He is dismayed by the changes that Bushey Heath has seen over the years overseen by your Tory councillors and would work with residents to improve the state of affairs.

 

Fikile Mkoyana

I am a South African, relocating to UK in the late 90's. I lived in Bushey village before moving to North Bushey. I have 4 children, one goes to Queens School and two to Highwood School whereas the eldest is at Bucks University.

I am a registered nurse, and worked at Bushey Beamount Nursing home, then worked at Watford General where I also supported and supervised student nurses and nurses on adaptation.

I was a shadow Councillor at Hertsmere Borough Council in 2009-2010 and was a member of Independent Advisory Group for Hertfordshire Constabulary.

I am now completing my LLB (law) and International Relations degree.

 

Gladys de Groot has lived in Bushey for thirty years and has been an active member of the community throughout that time. She feels that it is vital that we pass on to the next generation all the pleasant things that living in Bushey mean; good schools, green open spaces, independent shops, thriving local activities, reliable transport and good neighbours. All this she will fight to preserve and improve upon on your behalf and for the future of your children and grandchildren. 

Remember, you have 3 votes.  Don't waste any.  Vote for all 3 Labour candidates if you can.

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