We’re proud to announce Labour’s candidates for Holbrook East in the local elections taking place on 2nd May. Take a look at what our candidates stand for and please contact us if you have any issues or concerns in the area, here.
Sheila Chapman: “I am a retired school teacher, I have four grown up children and seventeen grandchildren. Most of my career was teaching pupils with behavioural and educational needs. I have lived in Holbrook for 36yrs. During this period of time there have been many cuts and changes to the services provided. These cuts have run down the supporting services for affordable housing, education, social services, and the police service. Hard working families and our elderly residents rely on these services. The substantial cuts to the police service has resulted in higher crime levels in Horsham as reported recently in the WSCT. When I am elected as your District Councillor I will campaign to reverse these trends and ensure these services are available to all.”
Rosalind Hillman is a local campaigner who consistently stands up for the district. She has had a career as an intensive care nurse, working in Redhill. She is a passionate supporter of the NHS and has been for many years. When elected, Rosalind will bring her passion and experience into the role at the District Council. Highlighting the importance of good, well funded public services for local people in the town and wider district. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the football with her family – she is very much looking forward to Horsham Football Club finally moving back into the town.