Ammer has lived in Aylesbury for 20 years and is married with four children. Working for the community is at the heart of everything Ammer does. He wants to ensure that our young children have positive role models, he is particularly concerned about the increase in youth violence and knife related issues. Ammer has met with Rob Butler MP and Police & Crime Commissioner Candidate Matthew Barber to discuss his concerns on knife crime directly, something he will continue to dedicate his time to if elected. Ammer is standing for the Unitary & Town Councils as he would like to change Aylesbury North to reunite our community in these challenging times by working to make Elmhurst and central Aylesbury the best it can be. Everyone has been impacted in some way by the pandemic, Ammer will use his energy and local knowledge to support you on the issues that matter to you.
Gilian, who was born in Aylesbury, lives in the heart of the ward in the family home her father built. Gillian is a retired nurse having worked at Great Ormand Street, Wrexham Park and towards the end of her career was a Macmillian nurse based in Willen. Using her experience she gave advice and help with the creation of the Florence Nightingale Hospice.
Having watched Elmhurst and our town being built up around her, Gillian wants to give back to her local community bringing commitment and community spirit to the role to tackle the issues that are important to Aylesbury North residents.
Politicians love to make promises about what they are going to do but we all know talk is cheap, our six-point plan for Aylesbury sets out what I and my Conservative colleagues are going to do over the next four years
- Cutting Crime
- Protecting the environment
- Safeguarding children and the elderly
- Supporting post covid job creation
- Investing £90 million into roads and pavements
- Mitigating the impact of HS2
How do you know these are not just empty promises? Look at our record;
- Over 90% of schools are rated as good or outstanding
- Spending has been increased on social care
- Rough sleeping has been virtually eliminated across the county
- An extra £60 million has been secured for communities blighted by HS2
- Connecting with local communities by forming 16 new Community Boards
- All this has been done while making sure we get value for money
While others talk the Conservatives deliver, let’s keep moving forward, support our six point plan and vote Conservative on Thursday 6th May.