Old Bracknell 2022 by-election
Thank you for visiting our Old Bracknell by-election page. This July 21st election is a straight choice between Labour and the Conservatives, and Guy Gillbe wants to hear from you about any issues in your area.
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25-06-2022 press release
Guy Gillbe, 32, of Saffron Road, Easthampstead, was selected by local members as the Labour Party candidate for the Old Bracknell by-election to Bracknell Town Council on Thursday July 21st.
Caused by the resignation of Conservative-turned-unaligned Malcolm Tullett, this by-election is a chance to renew our promise of better representation for Old Bracknell following our gain here at a Bracknell Forest Council by-election last December.
Says Guy: “It is a privilege to stand for my community of Easthampstead. Having lived in Bracknell most of my adult life, nothing would be a greater honour than standing up for its residents at the council chamber.
Working alongside Councillor Paul Bidwell, elected at a by-election last December, I have had the chance to speak to residents these past few months about the problems in their area. Often I hear the same things come up: the maintenance of our green spaces and walkways; the difficulty with parking; anti-social behaviour; and the spread of litter.
In all these, Old Bracknell needs a councillor who will not just fight at the town council, but lobby other groups like Bracknell Forest Council and Silva Homes. I look forward to the chance of speaking with as many residents as possible over the next few weeks, and if elected I commit to regularly hitting the pavements to ask just what needs improvement where you live.”
Promoted by Mary Temperton on behalf of Guy Gillbe both at 35 Southwold, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8XY