Graham Firth, Libbi Miller, Anne Shillcock

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  • Graham Firth, for Borough Council
  • Libbi Miller, for Borough Council
  • Anne Shillcock, for Borough Council

    Graham Firth

    Standing for election to Bracknell Forest Borough Council.

    I have lived in Bullbrook, Bracknell, for 31 years and am married with two grown-up children who attended local Bracknell primary and secondary schools. Now a retired university librarian, I was for many years a governor at Cranbourne Primary School and from 1995 to 2000 represented Bullbrook on Bracknell Town Council.  I edit a quarterly magazine for the Exeter University Club for the more mature graduates of the university and, since retirement, have joined the Bracknell Film Society and the local U3A.  A qualified UK Athletics track official, I am interested in local sports provision, as well as being a keen user and supporter of local public transport, our marvellous South Hill Park and the many green and open spaces in Bracknell and the surrounding area.

    Libbi Miller

    Standing for election to Bracknell Forest Borough Council.

    I have lived in Bracknell Forest for all of my 21 years and went to Whitegrove Primary and Garth hill College. After leaving school, I worked in care with older residents, particularly with those suffering with Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. I have a good understanding and experience of the problems these residents face and the issues that are not being resolved.

    I would like to be a Councillor because I would like to help real people with real problems and bring to light issues that are affecting our community.

    Anne Shillcock

    Standing for election to Bracknell Forest Borough Council.

    I arrived with my young family in Bracknell 50 years ago and have lived here ever since. My son and daughter went to local schools and have remained living and working in the area. We have found the Borough to be a healthy and happy place to live in. Until I retired I worked in Berkshire as an early years special needs teacher and have continued that interest as a governor at Kennel Lane School (for over 20 years) and also as the chair of the Children’s Centres Advisory Board since they were set up 10 years ago.

    I joined the Labour Party in 1970 and have been an active member at Constituency and Branch level. I am a member of the NUT (Now called the NEU) and have been since the early 70’s.

    I represented a Bracknell constituency on the Borough Council several times, for 25 years which I greatly enjoyed. My particular interests were Housing/Social Care and Education and I sat on a range of committees dealing with these concerns. I would love to have the opportunity to do so again.

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