I was born in Redruth and grew up in Crofthandy near St Day. I have lived in St Austell for 9 years, firstly in Poltair and in Bethel ward for 6 years. I feel at home here and enjoy being part of a vibrant and very welcoming community. I am proudly Cornish.
I have a background in administration and later in disability rights. Some roles were a combination of the two, all included dealing with people. I have held both paid and voluntary roles. I am currently a Trustee of START (St Austell Revival Together) We run the Clothes Bank, Swap Shop, and Crafty Chat, a mental wellbeing group. I am also a member of the St Austell Marie Curie Fundraising Group.
I joined the Labour Party in 2015 and am currently in my second term as Disability Officer. My role involves helping disabled members to become as involved q with our activities as they wish, and supporting other officers in planning events and policies that are inclusive. More generally I have been actively involved with campaigning. Being a regular at street stalls, and undertaking telephone canvassing. I also assist constituents with welfare rights work and other related questions.
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