Who are our Stevenage candidates for Local Elections 2021?

A Stevenage Council meeting was told that total job losses in Herts, due to Covid-19, were expected

The list of candidates for Stevenage Borough Council's local election has been announced - Credit: Danny Loo

The full list of candidates for next month's Stevenage Borough Council Local Election has been confirmed. 

The borough council has 39 seats, with a third up for election.

The postponed 2020 elections for the council, as well as elections for town and parish councils, and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, will take place on May 6.

There are 13 seats in 13 wards up for election, with a total of 62 candidates. 

The candidates for Stevenage Borough Council are as follows:


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Bandley Hill 

Andrew Anderson - Lib Dem

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Barbara Clare - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Michelle Gardner - Labour

Wendy Kerby - Conservative 


Bedwell

Matt Creasey - Labour

Steve Glennon - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

David Hurst - Conservative

Nick MacMillan - Lib Dem


Chells 

Julie Ashley-Wren - Lib Dem

Roger Charles - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Forhad Chowdhury - Labour

David Ingarfill - Green

Matthew Wyatt - Conservative


Longmeadow 

David Barks - Lib Dem

Peter Colley - UK Independence Party

Richard Dyer - Green

Helen Kerr -  Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Adam Mitchell - Conservative

Chris Webb - Labour


Manor 

Louisa Barr - Labour

Dan Buckingham - Conservative

Dean Carpenter - Green

Graham Snell - Lib Dem


Martins Wood

Myla Arceno - Labour

Jill Brinkworth - Lib Dem

Rob Henry - Reform UK

Janet Munro - Conservative

Mark Pickersgill - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts


Old Town

Jim Brown - Labour

John Duncan - Conservative

Madani Mannan - Lib Dem

John Spiers - Independent 

Elizabeth Sturges - Green


Pin Green

Charles Littleton - Lib Dem

Naomi Lovelace-Collins - Green 

Maureen McKay - Labour

Grant Prest - Conservative


Roebuck

Paul Barber - Lib Dem

Allen Brown - Labour

Nigel Bye - Lib Dem

Monika Cherney-Craw - Labour

Bryan Clare - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Chris Howells - Conservative

Nicholas Leech - Conservative


Shephall

Roni Hearn - Conservative

Michael Malocco - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Richard Reece - Lib Dem

Simon Speller - Labour


St Nicholas

Jacqueline Botevyle - Green

Layla Buckingham - Conservative

Amber Gentleman - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Richard Henry - Labour

Hazel Jones - Lib Dem


Symonds Green

Clive Heamon - Lib Dem

Jackie Hollywell - Labour

Jack Ingarfill - Conservative

Trevor Palmer - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Richard Warr - Green


Woodfield

Amodio Amato - Reform UK

Neil Brinkworth - Lib Dem

Alistair Gordon - Labour

Margaret Notley - Conservative


The Herts County Council candidates for Stevenage are as follows:

Bedwell:

Jill Brinkworth - Lib Dem

Dean Carpenter - Green

Steve Glennon - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Janet Munro - Conservative

Sharon Taylor - Labour


Broadwater

Peter Colley - Independence Party

Helen Kerr - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Andy McGuinness - Lib Dem

Adam Mitchell - Conservative

Syeda Rahim - Labour

Richard Warr - Green


Chells 

Layla Buckingham - Conservative 

Roger Charles - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Naomi Lovelace-Collins - Green

Conor McGrath - Labour

Robin Parker - Lib Dem


Old Stevenage

Richard Henry - Labour

Graham Lawrence - Conservative

Madani Mannan - Lib Dem

Elizabeth Sturges - Green


Shephall 

Roni Hearn - Conservative 

Michael Malocco -  Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts

Simon Speller - Labour

Tom Wren - Lib Dem


St Nicholas

Amodio Amato - Reform UK

Sandra Barr - Labour

Phil Bibby - Conservative 

Jacqueline Botevyle - Green

Neil Brinkworth - Lib Dem

Amber Gentleman - Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts


There's still time to register to vote. Go to www.gov.uk/register-to-vote to register by 11.59pm on April 19. 

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