Hatfield Villages

There are three candidates in Hatfield Villages – read below to find out who they are and what they stand for.

This seat is currently held by the Conservative Party.

 

Labour – Bridie Croft, of Days Mead, Hatfield

Bridie has lived in Hatfield for over 20 years.


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She has worked in a children’s hospice in Hackney caring for children. She deplores cruel sports; she looks after two dogs and one cat, and has a great interest in wild life. Bridie wants to see a vibrant town centre for everyone; it is so long overdue for Hatfield.

If elected, Bridie will hold a monthly council surgery so that residents can come along and discuss any problems that they may have.

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Bridie pledges to speak up for the needs of all individuals, families and groups in the community.

 

Liberal Democrat – Ayesha Rohale, of Parkhouse Court, Hatfield

I have recently moved to Hatfield town with two young children and am studying law in Hertfordshire University. Since moving here I have noticed that not only do our roads have too many potholes but there are bigger and deeper holes in the communication between our councillors and the public.

I hope that with your support, working together we will get over the hurdles faced by all of us in daily life.

I am one of you and my intentions are only to do well for the town and its people because this is home for all of us.

 

Conservative – Lynne Sparks*, of Dragon Road, Hatfield

My pledges for Hatfield Villages:

? I will continue to work closely with all parties to reduce antisocial behaviour by students and others

? I will continue to work with local groups to build a strong, vibrant, inclusive community

? I will ensure that the latest development on the de Havilland site does not impact negatively on local residents, but will deal with any issues that do arise

 

*sitting councillor

 

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