Statement to voters
I grew up in Rhoose and three generations of my family happily live here. I take pride in where I live. I ran as an independent candidate in the 2017 Rhoose Ward Councillor elections and although I was not elected, I made a promise that I would not let the 565 people who voted for me down.
One of my campaign promises was to push for park improvements and after that election, I went on to establish the parks group which helped in the upgrading of Ceri Road Park. I cannot thank the volunteers who helped with this enough.
I love Rhoose and I believe we have a fantastic community, filled with fantastic people. As well as my involvement in the parks groups, I am also the Treasurer of the Rhoose Community Spirit Group which is responsible for the Christmas lights in the village. In addition, I am also on the committee for CAOS Musical Society which perform throughout the Vale, including in our own Stewart Road Community Centre.
I highly value other people's involvement, experience and opinion especially in community based activities.
This statement was added by Samantha Campbell, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
This candidate has previously stood for election in:
- 2019: The The Vale of Glamorgan local election, as the Independent candidate for the Rhoose
- 2017: The 2017 Vale of Glamorgan Council local election, as the Independent candidate for the Rhoose
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