Sovereign ward Eastbourne
We are delighted to announce the candidates for the Sovereign ward are:
- Derek Bradley
- Scott Murly-Cleves
- Alexander Richards
Scott Murly-Cleves is an accomplished healthcare professional and community advocate with extensive experience in the NHS. He received his education from Shinewater School, Causeway School, Park College Sussex Downs, and the Open University. Scott’s commitment to healthcare and community service began early in his career when he served in the army and volunteered for charity fund work. Through these experiences, Scott developed a strong sense of responsibility to serve others and make a positive difference in the world.
As a Unison steward, Scott is a passionate advocate for workers’ rights and workplace safety. He is committed to fighting for fair treatment and ensuring that all workers are treated with dignity and respect. In addition to his advocacy work, Scott is a dedicated father to his daughter, Theia. He understands the importance of investing in education outcomes for vulnerable children and ensuring that every child has access to high-quality education.
If elected as a councillor, Scott’s top priorities will be to find cost-effective measures that can be implemented to reduce unnecessary spending and redirect those funds towards areas like education for children with learning disabilities. He will work tirelessly to find creative solutions to ensure that essential services are fully funded, while also exploring ways to reduce the burden on taxpayers by lowering council tax rates. Scott is passionate about improving access to healthcare services and ensuring that every individual receives the highest quality care possible. With his extensive experience and commitment to his community, Scott is well-equipped to be an effective and compassionate councillor.
On your ballot paper, look for MURLY-CLEVES, Scott John; Labour
I will work tirelessly to find creative solutions to ensure that essential services are fully funded, while also exploring ways to reduce the burden on taxpayers by lowering council tax rates. Scott Murly-Cleves
Alexander Richards is an undergraduate student who has lived in Eastbourne for over a decade. Alexander says:
There should be more young people involved in running the council. From the environment to roads, from crime to the quality of life, there are issues that affect young people across our town. I really believe it is time for change and new leadership in Eastbourne.
On the ballot paper, look for: RICHARDS, Alexander James Fabian; Labour Party
I really believe it is time for change and new leadership in Eastbourne. Alex Richards
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