Sarah Murray

Sarah Murray


A voice for fairness, change and improvement

Standing For:

Worcester City Council

Warndon Ward

Sarah moved to Worcester five years ago. An active member of the community, Sarah teaches in libraries and online, supporting a wide range of people across all age groups and helping them to achieve education and career goals.

Sarah lives in Warndon with her partner and her Spaniel. They have a campervan and enjoy travelling. Sarah is passionate about the environment and has a love of the outdoors.

Sarah cares about the community. She works with people and is passionate about fairness, equality and well-being as well as caring about the environment and acknowledging the impact of the outdoors on our physical and mental health. Previously a runner, due to injury she has taken up cycling and wants to see safer cycling for families so that we can all enjoy our beautiful, historic City to the fullest.

If elected, Sarah would dedicate her time to representing local residents in resolving issues which impact on their daily lives.

Sarah's Priorities

  • Working to ensure the needs of residents are met

  • Improving waste and recycling for a greener future

  • Supporting local businesses to thrive and making Worcester a great location for business

  • Improve cycling facilities by increasing, maintaining and improving cycle paths and cycle storage

  • Ease congestion by ensuring public transport meets the needs of the community

Sarah's Fact Sheet


Children:                          One son (at University studying law)

Favourite Food:          Anything freshly made

Favourite Film:           Bridges of Maddison County

Favourite Book:        Jane Eyre, Where the Crawdads Sing

Hobbies:                       Travelling, Knitting, Reading, Gardening

Pets:                                A naughty Sprocker Spaniel who shall                                                            remain nameless due to dog thefts










One piece of music chosen by the candidate that they feel sum them up 🙂

Queen: 'I Want To Break Free'


If you live in Warndon and want a voice for change, equality and improvement please vote for me on the 6th of  May.

I won't change the world but I could potentially improve your daily life. If you have questions or concerns or if you want me to raise an issue on your behalf, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

I'd be more than happy to help and if I can't help, I will find someone who can.




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