Our Brighton and Hove Labour candidates for Withdean ward, Brighton Pavilion.

Twitter: @withdeanlabour

Leo Barraclough


I have been a governor at Varndean secondary school and BHASVIC sixth-form college and I work as a business journalist. Formerly as a publishing manager, I controlled a £1.4 million budget. As a councillor I will hold regular surgeries and keep in touch with residents about local issues. Withdean needs councillors who will do their best to make sure essential local services like refuse collection and recycling run efficiently and that problems such as anti-social behaviour are dealt with promptly.

Email: leobarraclough@brightonhovelabour.com


Juliet McCaffery

I have lived in Withdean ward for over 30 years, my children attended local schools and I am a school governor. I worked in education in Brighton and for the British Council. Previously a councillor for 15 years, I served on committees including Education, Planning, Equalities and the Adoption Panel. My priorities are efficient recycling and refuse collections, good schools, NHS services provided locally, improved park and ride, maintenance of our nature reserves, parks and verges and winter gritting of roads. As a councillor I will hold regular surgeries.

Email: julietmccaffery@brightonhovelabour.com

MichealMiddleton.pngMichael Middleton

I am a director of a local scaffolding company employing 20 people and I live in Withdean ward. When previously a councillor, I led the fight to bring the Albion back to the City and, eventually, to their splendid home at Falmer. If elected I will hold regular surgeries for residents and will represent all households and businesses. I want to make sure Withdean residents get the services they deserve.

Email: michaelmiddleton@brightonhovelabour.com

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