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Heather Alison Bishop

Heather Alison Bishop is a Labour Party candidate in Ore in the Hastings local election.

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Heather Alison Bishop's policies

Statement to voters

Heather, who was born and raised in Hastings, is enthusiastic about community engagement. As councillor for Ore she helped lead a new charity to save Ore Library. In Gensing, her focus will be on creating a safer, better-lit, more welcoming environment – and also in attracting more affordable homes.

She says: “I love the ward’s handsome buildings and tree-lined streets, but it suffers from poverty and poor housing. I will do all I can to support those who need the council’s help.” Little known fact: Heather’s grandfather proposed to her grandmother in Gensing Gardens.

This statement was last updated on May 10, 2021.

This statement was added by Heather Alison Bishop, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Hastings and Rye Labour Party

Heather Alison Bishop's local party is the Hastings and Rye Labour Party.

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Heather Alison Bishop's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Ore: Hastings local election Labour Party (Results due after 02 May 2024) Position not available
2021 Gensing: Hastings local election Labour Party 740 votes (elected) 1st / 4 candidates
2018 Ore: Hastings local election Labour Party 617 votes (elected) 2nd / 8 candidates

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