9 February 2015
Helen says that she wants to give people a genuine alternative and believes the Green Party offers sensible and coherent policies. Good quality local decision making is key if we want to ensure a more sustainable and equitable way of life for NE Cambridgeshire and Helen is keen to enable the electorate a chance to vote Green here for the first time. She will be holding local surgeries in the next few months and would be delighted to meet people to discuss local issues.
The Greens are working for a Living Wage and a fairer economy, their policies centre on concern for social and environmental justice. The Green Party self-funds and so can maintain independence from large corporations or banks.
Helen has campaigned for green causes for over 20 years and has degrees in Geography and Environmental Studies. Born in Fenland, Helen went to school in Whittlesey and Wisbech, she now lives in Wisbech and works for the College of West Anglia.
The most important thing you can do is to Vote Green on 7th May. Make sure you are registered to vote. A large number of young adults are not yet enrolled on the register.