Vote for your three Labour candidates for Penge and Cator on 3 May
Ahead of May’s elections for Local Councillors in Bromley, Labour has selected existing councillors Kathy Bance and Kevin Brooks, as well as Simon Jeal to be put forward as
candidates. Penge’s third sitting councillor Peter Fookes has decided not to stand again after over 30 years serving the people of Penge. We’re grateful for all his hard work.
Find out more about your three Penge and Cator Labour candidates:
I have lived in Penge for 45 years where I raised my 6 children. I have been a Labour Councillor since 2010 and have served on Education, Licensing, Environment and Public Protection & Safety committees, among others. I was awarded a Mayor’s Outstanding Volunteer’s Award in 2006 and an MBE in 2011 for over 30 years of voluntary work in Penge, and for the past year I have been Mayor of Bromley.
I have lived in Penge for eleven years. Since my election in 2014 as Councillor for Penge and Cator, I have served on many committees on Bromely Council including Care, Environment and Development and Control. I play an active role at the Council, holding the Tories to account by monitoring and questioning their policies and opposing their cruel cuts. I have bid for greater investment in Penge. I successfully led the campaign to save Melvin Hall from being sold off to developers, securing a vital community centre.
I’ve lived in Penge and Cator since 2010. I am a commmittee member of Penge Partners, I help run the Penge Festival and volunteer with Bromley Homeless Shelter. I am also a volunteer mentor and tutor to support young people to realise their potential. I love the strong community spirit and diversity in Penge. I will fight against Bromley council’s neglect of Penge and the damage being done by the Tories’ austerity policies.
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