We’re proud to announce Labour’s candidates for Holbrook West 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.
Susannah Brady: “My name is Susannah Brady, I was Horsham Labour Party’s Parliamentary Candidate in the 2017 General Election. I have lived in Horsham for the last 28 years or so and have raised my children here (I was born here too). I am a company director working in the property maintenance sector and am relatively well known on the local business networking circuit. I have lived in Holbrook West for the last 5 years and am standing for election as a local councillor as I strongly believe we need to introduce some balance and fresh perspective at local government level. Currently we have a district council dominated by a single party which is out of touch with the issues that matter to residents most, such as ensuring we have houses that we can afford to live in. I believe a Labour council will result in a more balanced approach to local government decisions benefiting the entire community regardless of their politics.”
Ray Chapman: “I have lived in Holbrook for 36yrs. I am married and have four grown up children and seventeen grandchildren. I am a retired production planner I worked for a Global manufacturing company producing radiotherapy machines. I held the position of Chair on the Holbrook Community Centre Management Committee since 1994. I was a major player in maintaining the youth services at the centre, I was incredibly frustrated and annoyed when the Tory controlled WSCC closed all the youth services. When I am elected as your District councillor I will campaign on the issues of the council outsourcing services and ensure that residents are getting good value for money.”