Farnley & Wortley Green Party has reselected Ann Blackburn as your Green Party candidate for the Local Council Elections on Thursday 5th May 2011.
Ann Blackburn is 57 years old and is married to David Blackburn. She has a grown up son and step-daughter. Originally from Armley, she has lived in Farnley for 28 years and worked in the area previous to that time. Ann was elected to Leeds City Council in 2002 and had represented the Farnley & Wortley area since that time. She is Leader of the Council’s Green Group.
A Message from Ann
It is now just under nine years since you elected me as one of the Green Councillors on Leeds City Council. During that time we have been able to achieve many things, but there is still much more to do. To me being a councillor is not just about attending meetings, but doing things in the community, and over the years I and the Green Party team have worked hard tramping the streets leafleting and door knocking in all weathers. You can be assured that as long as I am physically able I will be out at the front doing the same and trying to do my best for the people of our communities.
I ask you to support me on Thursday 5th May 2011 so that I can continue in my efforts to benefit Farnley and Wortley as a whole.
Other Farnley & Wortley Green Party Candidates
The Farnley & Wortley Green Party have selected the following people as their candidates for the Local Council Elections in May:
Armley Ward Jane Morrison
Bramley & Stanningley Ward Kate Bisson
Kirkstall Ward Morgan Tatchell-Evans
Pudsey Ward Irene Dracup
Green Party Candidates in other Leeds Council wards
Adel & Wharfedale Paul Marchant
Beeston & Holbeck David Smith
Burmantofts & Richmond Hill Peter Exley
Chapel Allerton Colin Noble
Crossgates & Whinmoor Ben Goldthorp
Guiseley & Rawdon Colin Avison
Harewood Patricia Capstick
Headingley Christopher Foren
Hyde Park & Woodhouse Robert Simpson
Roundhay Paul Ellis
Weetwood Martin Hemingway
Please support a Green Party candidate in the May elections. More Green Councillors working hard for you around the year means a better, cleaner, more sustainable Leeds.