Steve was born and bred in Oldham in the North West where he lived for 24 years. After moving away he came to live in Bristol in 2001 and starting work on the railways the following year.
In 2011 as part of a reorganization by his employer, Steven moved to Worcester, settling in St Johns, and continues to work on the railways to this day. Steve has settled for good in Worcester, and enjoys it's history and architecture.
Steve is an experienced activist for Worcester Liberal Democrats who wishes to lend his compassion, vision and voice to the city. A proud campaigner, passionate about our relationship with Europe and the rights and well being of those who face hardships through no fault of their own.
Steve understands that all of St Johns residents must be represented on our City's council, not just the many or the few, and he wants a greater say for it's people. To forge a better future for us all.
Listen to all residents views, meeting them face to face when safe to do so.
Consulting residents about improving our local democracy and giving them a greater say.
Working to find practical ways to help us reduce our carbon footprint.
Promoting regeneration of unused commercial property with new, creative uses.
Protecting our green spaces from over development, and threats to biodiversity.
Steve's Fact Sheet
Favourite Food: Pasta and Oriental Food
Favourite Film: The Star Wars Saga
Favourite Book: Lord of the Rings
Hobbies: Collecting Star Wars merchandise
One piece of music chosen by the candidate that they feel sum them up 🙂
John Williams - Binary Sunset
Many thanks for reading my profile. I love life in Worcester and I would be deeply honoured if you placed your faith in me, backing my vision for St John and the city by voting for me on the 6th of May, 2021.
I won't claim to be the only voice for St Johns but I do want to be your voice. Working with the people who make up our City's Council, on your behalf, to bring a more positive future for all our sake.
If you have any questions or concerns then please feel free to drop me an email or message me on Facebook, or even catch me for a socially distanced chat on the street when we are permitted. Because you do have a right for your views to be heard.
Best wishes and stay safe, Steve Mather