We are very happy that we have two very experienced councillors, Patricia Jordan and John Morris, standing for the Brampton ward, which now, importantly, includes Hinchingbrooke Park!
Patricia was first elected in 2007. She has lived in Huntingdon and then Brampton for over 30 years and has been actively involved in many aspects of village life. Prior to her recent retirement she was a family support worker for children’s continuing care based at Hinchingbrooke Hospital. At the District Council Patricia serves on the Health Scrutiny panel and is highly respected for her knowledgeable and throrough approach to her work. Patricia says: ‘As a councillor I have been able to help many individuals in the village get the services and support they badly need. Looking after people matters more to me than political labels.
John was first elected in 2013. He has lived in Brampton since 1992. He worked mainly in the housing sector and is a driver for HACT, the community transport scheme. John is passionate about promoting healthy lifestyles and active travel, such as cycling and walking, which can help reduce traffic congestion and harmful emissions. John says: "If we promote active travel this can have massive benefits in terms of less traffic congestion, less harmful car emissions, plus significant financial and health benefits".
A copy of the leaflet distributed to Hinchingbrooke Park residents is attached HERE.
Patricia and John will be great councillors for Brampton and Hinchingbrooke Park. They have a track record of working really hard, all year round, for their community.
Vote for Patricia and John as your Liberal Democrat candidates on 3rd May.