Brighton & Hove Green Party announces their full list of candidates in the May 4th city council elections

Brighton & Hove Green Party announces their full list of candidates in the May 4th city council elections.

This May 4th Brighton & Hove Green Party will be standing the following 54 candidates in the 23 new wards across the city at the city council elections:

Brunswick & Adelaide: Cllr Hannah Allbrooke, Cllr Phélim Mac Cafferty
Central Hove: Helen Dixon, Christopher Hawtree
Coldean & Stanmer: Martin Farley, Laura Pizzolo
Goldsmid: Rebecca Duffy, Alexander Sallons, Ollie Sykes
Hangleton & Knoll: Andrew Coleman, Sarah FitzGerald, Nigel Tart
Hanover & Elm Grove: Wai Lee, Cllr Steph Powell, Fiona Wright
Hollingdean & Fiveways: Cllr Siriol Hugh-Jones, Cllr Zoë John, Cllr Jamie Lloyd
Kemptown: Lynn-Ora Knott, Ben Simmonds
Moulsecoomb & Bevendean: Frances Hunt, Anna Roberts, Ed Roberts
North Portslade: Mike Dixon, Debbie Shipton
Patcham & Hollingbury: Sophie Broadbent, Norma Fletcher, Daniel Rue
Preston Park: Cllr Steve Davis, Cllr Leo Littman, Kerry Pickett
Queen’s Park: Cllr Clare Rainey, Mark Strong
Regency: Chloë Goldsmith, Ricky Perrin
Rottingdean & West Saltdean: Carol Bullock, Georgia Wrighton
Round Hill: Cllr Pete West, Raphael Hill
South Portslade: Danny Booth, Sally Cranfield
Westbourne & Poets’ Corner: Renato Marques, Geoff Shanks
Westdene & Hove Park: Steve Griffiths, Melanie Poots, Jake Sharpstone
West Hill & North Laine: Ellen McLeay, Cllr Sue Shanks
Whitehawk & Marina: Aditi Bhonagiri, Mat Sunderland
Wish: Guy Davidson, Sharon Hamlin
Woodingdean: Geraldine Keenan, Luke Walker

Council Leader Cllr Phélim Mac Cafferty added:

“I’m delighted to unveil our full team of fantastic Green Party candidates ready to represent communities across Brighton and Hove in the council elections on May 4th.

“Many councillors are re standing, alongside a number of former councillors who are returning which will boost the wealth of experience in our team. Combined with a number of experienced new community candidates we have a wealth of energy, talent and insight. This will be important to continue leading the council, tackling the housing crisis, playing our part to fight the climate crisis and unlocking investment and attracting jobs and opportunities.

“When you vote Green on May 4th, you vote for action. Action on the climate crisis. Action for a fairer Brighton & Hove.”


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