Tom Pashby is a Green Party candidate who is standing for local council on Thursday 3rd May 2018, alongside other local people who believe in bringing Green values to the council.
"I grew up in Croxley Green and went to Rickmansworth school. I want to represent my area and bring green values to the local council. I am passionate about the environment and equality and in particular, I will be campaigning for clean air, affordable housing and safer roads for everyone.
If elected I would like to live in the ward and fulfil my duties as a councillor whilst continuing to commute to London to for my job in communications at EIT Climate-KIC.
I have already started work on supporting residents and putting pressure on the council. We secured a new speed sign on a dangerous road following our petition and we have got the council to start testing air quality in a previously untested area."
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In a record-breaking year for Three Rivers Green Party, 8 out of the 13 seats up for election on 3rd May are being contested by residents demanding a more socially, environmentally and economically just local community.
Greens are asking for your vote on 3rd May because -
Our candidates for the District Council Election on May 3rd are as follows -
Abbots Langley and Bedmond - Bobbie Curran
Chorleywood South and Maple Cross - Roger Stafford
Dickinsons - Matthew Pashby
Gade Valley - Emma Brading
Oxhey Hall and Hayling - Matt Jones
Penn and Mill End - Peter Loader
Rickmansworth Town - Tom Pashby
South Oxhey - Mary Chabrel
Paul de Hoest was the Green Party's South West Hertfordshire Parliamentary Candidate for the General Election on June 8th 2017.
Paul is local and experienced
Paul de Hoest has lived within the constituency for over 20 years. He and his wife have raised three children in the area. Paul has been a regular commuter into London working in the finance and public sectors.
The Green Party is Growing
Only the Green Party and the Conservatives increased their number of councillors in the local elections on May 4th 2017.
"I want passionately to do everything I can to preserve our natural habitat for future generations, reintroduce the humanity into our economics and restore a compassionate attitude towards others. I believe in a democratic political process and will fight to reform our democracy. The national priorities are to ensure that we take urgent action on the climate and environment whilst fixing the broken, unequal, economic system. The final decision on Brexit must lie with the people, not the Prime Minister. In South West Herts we need: greener and cheaper public transport (including bringing railways back into common ownership and restoring adequate local bus routes); investment in our youth by restoring adequate resourcing in our schools; restoration of the NHS – reversing privatisation and improving wider social/community care services; revitalisation of local democracy and economies." - Paul de Hoest
Contact Paul de Hoest
Phone: 07780 223770
Image: Paul de Hoest and Caroline Lucas
Other Green Candidates
Watford Constituency Candidate - Alex Murray
St. Albans Constituency Candidate - Jack Easton
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