Statement to voters
Nancy has lived in Bookham for 24 years with her husband and two daughters who went to school locally.
Nancy has been involved in various community activities initially lobbying the council for improved playground facilities near her former home in Fetcham. At South Bookham School (now Polesden Lacey School) she was on the original committee to set up after school childcare for working parents. She was a parent governor at The Dawnay with a particular interest in special needs provision. She was Chair of the Surrey Deaf Children's Society, has been a Community Sighted Guide for Sight for Surrey and is currently a regular volunteer for the RDA.
Nancy studied modern languages at university and went on to work in PR and Marketing. The latter part of her career was in business management, running the finance department for a small agency. In her spare time, she enjoys cycling and walking in the Surrey Hills, knitting, sewing and reading.
Local issues that are of particular concern to Nancy include: waste disposal and recycling, so she is opposed to the closure of the Dorking recycling centre and would seek to find ways to improve access to recycling facilities; the provision of services for young people and the elderly, so she would lobby hard to secure the future of the Youth Centre on the Lower Road. First and foremost, she would want to speak to residents in Bookham South to hear about their concerns and would endeavour to represent local views to influence council policy.
This statement was added by Nancy Julia Goodacre, 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 Mole Valley local election, as the Liberal Democrats candidate for the Bookham South
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