Former Royal Navy Engineer stands for Labour in May's elections
Plymouth Labour has picked Darren Winter to stand as the local Councillor for St Budeaux in May's City Council elections. Father of three Darren has recently left the Royal Navy after 17 years' service, and now works as an engineer in the dockyard.
Darren said "I'm really proud to be standing for Labour in St Budeaux, and having been involved in our campaigns to stop the Tory incinerator and the new developments on Wolseley Road, I know how to stand up for St Budeaux.
As a St Budeaux Councillor I will:
- Ensure action is taken to make sure our roads and pavements are maintained.
- Our green spaces are looked after for our families and children to enjoy.
- Fight to get better public transport services that serve St Budeaux families.
- Take positive steps for crime prevention, making our streets and homes safer places.
- Push to get much needed local facilities and health services.
- Continue to hold those running the Tory incinerator to account, and ensure our voice is heard.
St Budeaux deserves so much better than to be dumped on by Tory schemes that damage our areas and city. It is right that St Budeaux should get its fair share, and I will be a positive force in making this happen."
Contact your Councillors in St Budeaux Ward
Councillor Sally Bowie
Councillor George Wheeler
You can write to us: Plymouth Labour, FREEPOST RTJT-KSJS-TYYB, Plymouth PL48SH.