VOTE 2019: Hillside

Polling Stations

  • Hillside Primary School, Rushey Way, Lower Earley
  • Radstock Community Centre, Radstock Lane, Earley

2019 results


2019 candidates

Norman Jorgensen, Conservative

Norman has lived in Earley since 1984. He is married to Pauline with one son at University. He works for an engineering consultancy and manufacturing company.

He has been a Town Councillor for Hillside Ward for 16 years and a Borough Councillor for 12 years.

Norman’s priorities are:

  • Keeping Council Tax as low as possible while ensuring the Council delivers good quality services
  • Maintaining educational excellence in our schools
  • Recognising that congestion is a key issue, improving roads and other transport links including bus services, railways, cycle and walking routes
  • Improving leisure and community facilities such as the refurbishment of Loddon Valley leisure centre. Norman worked hard to ensure the new Bulmershe leisure centre was built
  • Enhancing our environment, reducing noise and other pollution from the M4, increasing recycling and retaining weekly waste collections

Norman would welcome the opportunity to continue campaigning for our community.

Hari Sarasan, Labour

Hari Sarasan

I have been living in Earley for more than a decade. I am standing to be elected as the Wokingham Borough councillor for Hillside as a Labour candidate .

As a councillor, I promise to always stand up for Hillside and be a strong voice on behalf of its constituents in the council.

 

 

Caroline Smith, Liberal Democrat

Caroline Smith
Caroline Smith

Caroline works for a National Charity and has served as a borough councillor.

She spent 12 years as a local school governor.

Having lived in Lower Earley for over 30 years she has a deep understanding of local issues.

Caroline says Earley needs a decent bus service.

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Phil Creighton

Editor of The Wokingham Paper, and has worked in local journalism for more than 20 years including the Wokingham Times, Bracknell Standard and Reading Evening Post. He's also written for computer magazines, The Baptist Times and, to his delight and probably not yours, interviewed several Doctor Whos.

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