JOAN LLOYD: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR BANDLEY HILL
I have been your local Councillor since first being elected in 1976. I have represented the ward and watched it grow in area and population by serving on most committees on the Council. I am the Portfolio holder for Resources, which means I am responsible for ensuring that the Council tax money we all pay is spent effectively and efficiently. I have been Mayor of our Borough and also Mayoress when my husband was Mayor.
LIZZY KELLY: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR BEDWELL
I’m Lizzy and I’m running to be your councillor in Bedwell. I’m 24 and I work as an academic mentor in a school sixth form. Since moving to Stevenage, I have come to see it as an up and coming town with a lot of potential. I’m running in this election because I want to bring a fresh perspective to Stevenage Borough Council.
LLOYD BRISCOE: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR MARTINS WOOD
I have been a councillor in Martins Wood for the past four years. I am standing for re-election because I want to ensure the continuity of standards, service and value which consecutive Labour councils in Stevenage have provided for many years.
LIN MARTIN-HAUGH: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR PIN GREEN
I am standing for re-election as your borough councillor in Pin Green ward. I have lived in Stevenage for most of my life and in Pin Green, where I brought up my family, for 30 years. I currently work part-time for a small local charity.
SARAH-JANE POTTER: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR ROEBUCK
I am standing for election in Roebuck to be your borough councillor. I have lived in Stevenage for the past 11 years and in the Roebuck ward for the past 5. I have 2 young children who go to school in the ward and we enjoy the local amenities together - especially Shepalbury Park!
ROB BROOM: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR SHEPALL
I am standing for re-election as your councillor in Shephall.
I have worked on many projects, including Street Pastors, YMCA, Stevenage Community Foodbank before becoming Labour Councillor in 2014. As a Labour Councillor I have worked with the Residence Association, to resolve many Resident’s concerns make sure that residents get a say on the new neighbourhood plan for Shephall, and will continue to serve our community.
SANDRA BARR: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR ST NICKS
I am standing to be your borough councillor in the St Nicholas Ward. I was born into a socialist family in London, moving to Royston as a child, which enabled my family to get decent housing, schooling and healthcare, I joined the Labour Party in 1982, and have served as a school governor for 35 years, at 6 different schools, 34 of these years, as chair of Governors of Larwood school for children with emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties.
SHARON TAYLOR: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR SYMONDS GREEN
I am very proud to have been the councillor for Symonds Green since 1997. My role as a ward councillor here, and the team work for our community with Laurie Chester and Michael Downing, is at the heart of everything I do. This term has marked some of the most truly incredible achievements: including the fabulous new extension to our community centre; lobbying to retain our Buses, Post Office and Chemist; new Symonds Green Housing for local people; new parks and play opportunities for our younger children; and marking the Heritage of Rural Symonds Green.