Hangleton and Knoll

Our Brighton and Hove Labour candidates for Hangleton and Knoll, Hove.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HangletonandKnoll

BrianFitch.jpgCouncillor Brian Fitch

Mayor of Brighton and Hove. Councillor Fitch is retiring in 2015.

Telphone: 01273 291139


Labour's candidates for Hangleton and Knoll - left to right, Nigel Jenner, Chris Henry and Martin Perry

Chris Henry

I want to use my experience as a teacher and community campaigner to ensure that Hangleton & Knoll receives its fair share of resources from the city and that your voice is heard loud and clear. I have high ambitions for the people and the area – including improving basic services such as refuse collection, fighting anti-social behaviour and tackling public transport costs.

Email: chrishenry@brightonhovelabour.com 
Twitter: @chrishenryman

Nigel Jenner

I am very pleased to have been selected to stand in Hangleton and Knoll and to represent the residents if elected in 2015. I believe that working with the residents addressing their issues and concerns we can move forward. I will campaign to implement the Living Wage, improve and increase the school services, address youth unemployment and provide essential services. 

Email: nigeljenner@brightonhovelabour.com

Martin Perry

I have over 45 years experience in the Private Sector working for 30 years in the Construction Industry and for the past 15 years with Brighton & Hove Football Club - 13 years as Chief Executive of the Club and most recently as Chief Executive. I led the team through a ten year battle to gain planning permission for the new American Express Community Stadium and had overall responsibility for the construction of the £120 million development. Most recently I have led the team to develop a new training facility.

Email: martinperry@brightonhovelabour.com

Contact us!

We want to hear your views on local issues.

Contact us using the details above or write to us at:
Brighton, Hove and District Labour Party, FREEPOST RSGY-ETTZ-EAUK, Church Road, Hove, BN3 2BE

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