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Shenfield by-election: Alison Fulcher, our candidate

September 24, 2015 7:13 PM

Alison Fulcher

Alison Fulcher has lived in Brentwood with her family for several years, attending senior school at the Brentwood Ursuline High Convent School (1982-1989) and manages a town centre charity shop.

Alison has considerable experience within the care sector and wishes to contribute this knowledge and experience in her potential role as councillor. Her past experience includes working alongside patient experience groups for Community Healthcare Services and Inclusion Support work for the local charity The Frontline Partnership.

Having studied Fine Arts as a mature student - Alison has combined her own Art practice with her care work experience. Alison has also supported and run Sensory Art projects, community drawing and drama workshops within schools and community venues within the local area. Further to this experience Alison is a media representative for the national charity Gingerbread and works for a well-known Humanitarian Charity in Brentwood.

If elected Alisonwill listen to residents' concerns and needs with an awareness of local business and charitable support with a keen willingness to find a solution wherever possible - her promise of relentless hard work and commitment will ensure that she is worthy of your vote and a potential Councillor for keeps.

Allison hopes are that residents will contribute their views and opinions freely as she has done and wishes to see Brentwood and Shenfield's future shaped in a way that represents the community as fully as possible.

Alongside priority issues such as crime, anti-social behaviour and care in the community whilst paying close attention to the needs of local businesses Alison would also like to see the cultural needs of the community continuing to be met - believing that this is an important way of bringing together community and engaging those sometimes feeling more isolated.