Devonshire ward Eastbourne
We are delighted to announce the Labour candidates for the Devonshire ward:
- Dave Brinson
- John Lambert
- Lyn Pemberton
Dave Brinson has been a teacher at a local secondary school for over 20 years, during which time he has taught children from hundreds of Devonshire families. He has led local campaigns to defend our services from Tory cuts- especially to education. Dave has also been an active campaigner for veterans’ welfare organisations and is a trustee of a local theatre. As a proud Devonshire resident, Dave will be a strong voice for our area- standing up for our local facilities, services and small businesses.
On your ballot paper, look for: BRINSON, Dave, Labour
If elected, I will proudly stand up for our local facilities, services and small businesses. Dave Brinson
is a University of Brighton lecturer who now works as a scout for a Premier
League club. As an Eastbourne resident from a working class
background, he understands the problems that local families face and he will be accessible
to offer help and advice all year round, and not just at election time
On your ballot paper, look for: LAMBERT, John Nicholas, Labour
If elected, I will repay the trust that has been shown in me by the residents of Devonshire Ward by defending local services which are presently under threat and by working tirelessly to improve the living conditions of every one of you. John Lambert
A lecturer at the University of Brighton, Lyn Pemberton has lived in the Seaside area for ten years and is passionate about getting our neighbourhood the attention it deserves. She would campaign to smarten up Seaside, protect our beaches and encourage development of sport and recreation provision in our area, especially for youngsters.
As a volunteer with a local Foodbank, Lyn is well aware of the real hardship in our community and would do all she can to support those most in need.
On your ballot paper, look for: PEMBERTON, Lyn, Labour
I have lived in the Seaside area for ten years and am passionate about getting our neighbourhood the attention it deserves Lyn Pemberton
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