Charlotte working hard for you in Ingleby Barwick East
I am delighted to have been selected as your Labour candidate for Ingleby Barwick East Ward in May’s Council elections, and I hope that you will support me.
These are difficult days for our community. Due to Tory cuts, we are seeing our Council forced to make cuts to its services; and our region unfairly hit by austerity. Despite this your Labour Council has protected weekly bin collections, protected libraries, and set out a positive vision for Ingleby Barwick East and our entire borough.
That’s why we need a strong Labour Council dedicated to maintaining the best possible services and putting forward a positive vision and agenda for the entire Stockton-on-Tees Borough; that puts the well-being of our children and older people first; and defends you against Tory cuts.
Please vote for me on 2nd May—thank you.
- To be available to local people with a dedicated phone line and regular surgeries for one-to-one meetings;
- Continue to keep residents informed of our work through delivery of our regular newsletter, Doorstep;
- Work with local people and Residents’ Groups to work on the issues that matter to you;
- Press for more police and enforcement activity in the area to tackle and deter anti-social behaviour;
- Use our community budget on issues that’s matter to local people—and make sure your voices are heard on how it should be spent;
- To be a strong advocate for Ingleby Barwick East and its residents
Charlotte is a working mum who cares passionately about our area. Charlotte has led campaigns on a range of issues that have a common theme of challenging inequalities. Inspired by her time working with people seeking asylum Charlotte set up a free community choir – bringing women from across the Borough together.
Charlotte co-founded the ‘Free Period’ campaign to ask Local Authorities across Teesside to promote free sanitary products in our public buildings and schools. Charlotte is committed to challenging inequalities in education provision, supporting children and young people with autism and their carers.
As a trainee counsellor Charlotte understands the devastating impact of austerity on people’s mental health and will speak out for better provision for all.