3 April 2022
Here are the Green party candidates for the 2022 local elections in the St Albans District area.
To contact a candidate email us: mail @ stalbans.greenparty.org.uk
Our 'first choice' candidates are in BOLD. If you live in their ward and you only vote for one Green candidate, please make it them that you vote for.
Batchwood - Danielle Durant-Taylor, Lucy Swift
Bernards Heath - NADIA BISHARA, Pamela Maisey, Stephane Farenga
Clarence - MATT FISHER, Greg Riener, Gabriel Roberts
Colney Heath - Rosalind Paul
Cunningham - Phil Fletcher, Caroline Hall
Harpenden East - Ian Troughton
Harpenden North & Rural - Stephen Folwell, Candy Whittome
Harpenden South - Sally Leonard, Anne McQuade
Harpenden West - KYLE RILEY, Louise Schlich, Julian Wathen
Hill End - Marianne Jordan, Lesley Baker
London Colney - Matthew Maddock, Sarah Gillhespy
Marshalswick East & Jersey Farm - James Lomas, Stephen Clough
Marshalswick West - Rachel Timbs, Clare Sayce
Park Street - Mark Park-Crowne, Alison Park-Crowne
Redbourn - Dee Thomas
Sandridge & Wheathampstead - Oliver Hitch
Sopwell - Jack Easton, Tricia Gibbons
St Peters - SIMON GROVER
St Stephen - Kate Bennett, Susana Garcia
Verulam - Jordan Barnes, Veronique Corney
Nadia Bishara lives in the Bernards Heath ward and has been in St Albans for 23 years. Both her girls went to local schools. She has taught at primary level and as a singing teacher. Nadia coordinates the successful local action group Wilderhood Watch, helping to improve the local area street by street.
Matt Fisher has lived and worked in the St Albans area for 11 years. He's a Keep Britain Tidy ambassador and a Neighbourhood Watch coordinator, as well as a trustee for the TS Rebel Trust youth charity. He's an ultra-endurance athlete, a personal trainer, have served in the police and as a helicopter pilot in the Royal Navy, and now runs his own business.
Kyle Riley is Harpenden born and bred. He is passionate about the local area, politics and green issues. A pupil at Sir John Lawes and Roundwood, Kyle was also on the Harpenden Youth Council. He took politics at Sheffield Hallam and is currently studying for an MSc in Environment, Politics and Society at UCL. His voluntary work includes Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust and the local Beekeepers Association.
Simon Grover grew up in St Albans and has lived here with his family for 20 years. He is St Albans' first Green councillor, elected in 2011 and re-elected in 2012, 2016 and 2021. His background is as an actor and writer, and he is now a director at a communications consultancy in London.
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