Meet our 2018 Local Elections Candidates

We are proud to introduce our candidates for the local elections on Thursday 3rd May.  

Below are our candidates in Winchester.  You can see our Chandler's Ford candidates here.

All candidates can be contacted through our Contact Page and will happy to hear from you regarding any local issue.

 Phil Ainsworth, St. Bartholomew [Hyde / Abbotts Barton / Winnall]

Phil came to Winchester to study and quickly developed a
strong sense of both pride and loyalty towards our city.
Choosing to stay in Winchester after University, Phil became
a well-known figure locally as manager of a popular pub on
the High St.


After leaving the hospitality trade some years ago, Phil is now
a professional entertainer and motivational speaker. He
promises to use his skills of communication and inspiration
to stand up for the people

Download the latest Local Matters Newsletter for St. Bartholomew Incl. Hyde, Abbotts Barton and Winnall here.

 

 Catherine Hutchinson, St. Paul [Fulflood / Romsey Road / University]

I have lived in St Paul's Ward for 21 years. My children were all born and have grown up here. I have worked locally in Early Years since 2001, managing pre-schools and my own Forest School. Through my work I have become aware of the pressures facing families and the inequalities hidden within our prosperous city, including in St Pauls. I joined the Labour Party in 2015, inspired to help make my community a fairer one, close the gaps in quality of life here and to do things in a cleaner, more sustainable way. I believe we need a Labour voice on the Council to promote these issues and to represent all the Labour Party Members supporters and voters of St Paul's!

Download the latest Local Matters Newsletter for St. Paul ward here.

 Charlie Elderton, St. Michael [Highcliffe / Bar End / St. Cross]

Charlie is a local resident and the ONLY candidate in
this election who lives in our ward - Charlie is the local
choice for St. Michael.

Charlie says 'I have lived in Highcliffe with my family for
9 years. The local school, allotments and park have served
us brilliantly. We need to make sure that we support and
develop the services people rely on.'Your vote matters - we
can return a truly local Labour Councillor to represent us.

Download the latest Local Matters Newsletter for St. Michael including Highcliffe / Bar End / St. Cross here.

IMG_1876.JPGAndrew Adams, Wonston & Micheldever

Andrew has lived in Micheldever for 10 years, has
served as Councillor on Micheldever Parish Council
since 2012 and is active in the local community. He
was Labour's Parliamentary Candidate for North
West Hampshire in 2015.


Andrew says 'This is a great place to live but we need
to make sure it works for everyone, with quality local
services. We must rise to the challenge of building a
sustainable rural community, caring for our
environment and our people'.

Download the latest Local Matters Newsletter for Wonston & Micheldever here.

 Adrian Dolby, Badger Farm & Oliver's Battery

Adrian works at the University of Southampton and has lived in Badger Farm for eleven years. He has two sons in local schools, and he is a governor at Kings' school.

 

 Lee Hayes, Alresford & Itchen Valley

Lee Hayes has lived in and around Alresford all his life. He went to school in Alresford and his family have long connections with local industry in the town. Lee worked in the building trade for 20 years  around Alresford and is now a senior support worker for adults with learning difficulties. Lee is campaigning on behalf of the local communities in Itchen Valley and Alresford  and will stand up for everyone in the local area. He believes it’s important to have a new face on the city council who genuinely wants to help local people. 

 

 Paul Brown, Colden Common & Twyford 

Paul has lived in Colden Common for 15 years. He has been involved in the Youth Football teams for the last 5 years and has also been a leader with Colden Common Beavers (Scouts). He works for a small local company and is well informed regarding the needs of the Parish and keeps himself up to date with local issues. 

 

 Kim Torkington, The Worthys

Kim has lived in Kings Worthy for 11 years.  She has worked as a project manager at the Department for Education and Skills on the Learndirect implementation. She has served as Chair of a Preschool Committee and as a Kings Worthy Parish Councillor. 

 

Adrian Field, St. Barnabas [Weeke & Harestock]

Adrian works in Financial IT and has lived in Teg Down for 25 years. His two children were educated at local schools.
He is a keen runner and can often be seen pounding the streets. He is, therefore, very aware of traffic in the area and is
particularly interested in measures to encourage public transport usage and reduce reliance on cars.

Do you like this post?

The Labour Party will place cookies on your computer to help us make this website better.

Please read this to review the updates about which cookies we use and what information we collect on our site.

To find out more about these cookies, see our privacy notice. Use of this site confirms your acceptance of these cookies.