Dale, Diana, Andrew & Sue are your local Lib Dem campaigners in Pocklington, Stamford Bridge, Barmby Moor & Wilberfoss for the Pocklington Provincial Ward - working hard all year round.
Please get in touch with them if you have any questions for them, or wish to raise an issue.
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Telephone: Dale Needham: 07805 226901 | Diana Stewart: 07530 026972 | Andrew Cousins: 07725 445733 | Councillor Sue Carden: 07738 801273
Dale has been campaigning to enhance his community and its wellbeing since he became a dad 23 years ago, his children were his inspiration to take action.
He wants to focus on making life easier for parents and grandparents alike and to create a society where children can flourish. That is why he is a school governor in Market Weighton.
Schools are a key issue for Dale and he has campaigned tirelessly for fairer funding, particularly for rural and coastal schools.
Dale wants to see more accessible health and mental health services in Pocklington and the surrounding area.
Having worked as a Registered Nurse in Pocklington and the surrounding area Diana knows the area and its people.
One of Diana's key ambitions is to deliver local resident's aspirations for good schools and accessible NHS care in the local area.
Diana is keen to explore more green schemes in the area and create more opportunities to cycle and walk between Pocklington and the surrounding area.
The climate change catastrophe is something that Diana wants to avert, so that future generations can enjoy the beauty of Pocklington, Stamdford Bridge, Barmby Moor and Wilberfoss.
Born locally he spent his working life in the environmental world, now specialising in waste and resource management.
He likes to refurb his own house, landscape and improve his garden and cares for a number of chickens and dogs.
His children are at various stages in their life and he is concerned about the legacy that his generation will leave the next generation, particularly the impacts of future climate change.
His key aim is to work for a fairer society in which the local community is brought back to the forefront and the idea of self is confined to history.
The core beliefs that drove Andrew into politics are the environment, housing and equality and opportunity for all.
Cllr Sue Carden
Cllr Sue Carden regularly stands up for residents in Pocklington on the Town Council and she brings real-world experience to the community as a Quantity Surveyor.
She has been instrumental in working together with the Pocklington Town Council and other residents in Stamford Bridge in the campaign against the doubling of the Full Sutton prison.
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