I've lived in Shrewsbury for most of my life so I'm well acquainted with the area and its people. I now work locally as a web developer.
Duncan Kerr has been a town Councillor for 8 years and is well known for founding the Hermon Chapel Arts Centre.
Emma Bullard has lived locally for 20 years and her two children went to Meole primary and secondary schools. She worked for Shropshire Council as manager of the Shrewsbury Cycling Town project and still works to get more people cycling, as a cycle instructor and a campaigner with Sustainable Transport Shropshire.
Local resident Georgia says
“I’ve lived in Oswestry most of my life and now work for a small business as well as studying at University. I am passionate about creating a better Oswestry, helping independent businesses, improving the state of our roads and engaging with local people to understand their needs. I may be young but I’m determined to see the Council and the town progress”.
I worked for many years in Adult Education within an FE College, Adult and Community Learning and for the Open University.
Helen Campbell first moved to Shropshire in 2015. She has worked for a number of environmental organisations designing and managing projects that have helped improve and protect our precious rivers and wild spaces for the people and wildlife that live there.
I have lived in Shrewsbury since 1991, and I have been a member of the Green Party since around that time. I am married with children and am a teacher of German and French.
My roots in Radbrook go back a long way having lived in the area for many of my childhood years. I lived on Ravenscourt Walk whilst I trained at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, where I also later worked as a Registered General Nurse, and I still have friends and family living in the ward.
Julian grew up in Bridgnorth and returned to Shropshire in 2000 after 20 years in London. He has lived in Shrewsbury since 2006.
Mike Isherwood has represented Oswestry Castle Ward for four years and is the Chair of the Oswestry Town Council Planning and Development Committee.
Olly Rose has represented Castle Ward since 2017.
“I have lived in Cambrian ward for seven years following my retirement from the Post Office. I take an active role in litter picking and supporting the local community. As your Councillor I would work hard to ensure you get full value for money from your Council tax and your needs are met”.