Adrienne Lowe


Fighting for St Nicholas

My name is Adrienne Lowe and I am standing as a Councillor to represent you on Adur District Council as I believe I have the skills and determination to take on local issues that concern us all and ensure that they are heard and acted upon by the Council.

I have lived in Adur for 33 years and am a teacher. Previously I have been a Governor of an FE College, the Chair of a National Children's charity and Chair of SE Co-op. Recently, I have been instrumental in setting up the Co-op Community Space in Ham Road as a venue where community groups can meet and network.

Labour stands for fair & decent housing, greater investment in the NHS & Education, decent jobs for decent pay, reducing the growing pollution in our local environment and making sure our local services work for the people not corporate profits.

There has never been a time when this is so important to protect the community we live in and make it sustainable for generations to come. Our priorities have to be ensuring that Adur District Council introduces and implements policies that support the local community and benefit all.

I would urge you to vote for a party that puts people at the heart of its policies. Our strong and dynamic Labour team offers an approach that is compassionate, principled and relevant to the challenges that we face in our communities. The alternative is more of the same. To put an end to the complacency and sense of entitlement of the current administration, and to effect real change for the people of Adur, please vote Labour on the 3rd May – For the Many Not the Few.

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