2021 Council Candidates

 

Alex Buggie

Verity Bird

“My goal is to work for a sustainable future for Carisbrooke and Gunville, balancing economic necessity with community need and respect for our environment.”

Richard Hill

“Having grown up on the Island, studied and achieved an Engineering Degree, with my children going through school, it is safe to say that I know and understand the needs of Island Life.”

Richard Quigley

“As a small business owner, I understand how we need to invest in Cowes to create a prosperous future for all. The Tories can only deliver more cuts and reductions to services.”

Philip Attfield

“I’m proud to live in Cowes and stand as a Labour candidate to represent local issues and help build a strong and fair economy with Island Labour’s manifesto.”

Gary Clarke

“A Labour led Council will prioritise investing and spending our resources locally.”

Sarah McCarthy-Fry

“Local Communities are the lifeblood of our Island. A Labour led Council will prioritise local investment and local expenditure.”

Alan Hunter

“I am proud to stand in my local ward. You will see me more often than every four years.”

Brian Quigley

“I believe in Civic Duty, the need for a greater level of inward investment which benefits the Island through more jobs and services and I support our incredible, hard-working NHS Heroes!”

Pauline Hunter

“I am proud to be standing for the Labour Party to represent Parkhurst and Hunnyhill on the Isle of Wight Council.”

Emily Brothers

Steve Double

“Hello from an IW NHS employee, and former Ryde Youth Worker. I am supporting the Local Labour Manifesto to ‘build back better’, a future for everyone.”

Clive Cheetham

“For too long Sandown has rested on the laurels of past greatness, today it needs desperately to look to the future.”

Robert Thompson

Kenneth Crawley

“Living in Shanklin for the past sixteen years, and as a retired Precision Toolmaker with three Grown up children working in the Navy and the Prison Service, I want to put a stop to the mismanagement of this Council.”

Christopher Lloyd

“Labour’s manifesto will harness the Island’s economy for the benefit of local businesses and the community, increasing environmental sustainability, reducing poverty, and improving educational support, training, and quality job opportunities.”

Billy Hancock

“I will make West Wight voices heard at an Island level. I want to strengthen the community, protect the environment, and help the local economy prosper by keeping wealth local.”

Steve Cooper

“I have lived lived in Ventnor for over 20 years, have 2 sons island born and bred and have served and represented people for nearly 40 years in trade union and other representative roles.”