Simon is CEO of an Advocacy Charity in Warwickshire and has lived in Worcester for the past five years.
Simon is a Community and Youth worker by training and has two grown up children (no grandchildren yet!).
Simon wants to see a Worcester that is at the forefront of tackling climate change, biodiversity and developing more support for small businesses.
He wants to make sure we are prepared for the inevitable move to electric cars and that we have the infrastructure to support this. He also wants to work for a solution to the Bilford Road tip which has become a real issue for St Stephens residents.
Ensure residents needs are heard and communities consulted
Supportive of local business & industry
Economic prosperity is vital for Worcester and Council needs to focus on core needs and the creation of opportunities.
Futureproofing Infrastructure, against primarily Climate Change for sustainable population growth
Better public transport, reducing congestion, easing our housing crisis and improving facilities
Simon's Fact Sheet
Children: One Daughter and One Son - Lucy and Harri
Favourite Food: My own Chilli
Favourite Film: Bad Day at Black Rock
Favourite Book: I heard an Owl call my name
Hobbies: Kung Fu, Racket Ball, Sci Fi films and
One piece of music chosen by the candidate that they feel sum them up 🙂
Earth, Wind and Fire - Fantasy
Thank you for taking the time to read my profile.
I hope you share my vision for Worcester and vote for me on the 6th of May, 2021.
Let’s try something radical, something positive and something united for the city in which we live, for the city which we all love.
Please feel free to message me with your concerns, issues or questions and I will be happy to reply.