Brighton Hill

Standing for election in the May 2020 Local elections for Brighton Hill are two experienced Councillors and new candidate Steve Rolfe

AndyCllr Andrew McCormick, Current Leader of the Labour Group
Andy McCormick is a full-time software specialist. With his fiancée Janet , he has a busy and active life. He is a well respected member of the Church of Christ the King and Editor of the Brighton Bell and is involved with the Brighton Hill Community Group. He was instalment in setting up the Brighton Hill Neighbourhood Watch.
Andy is well known for supporting residents with their issues and is fighting hard for improvements to the Brighton Hill Roundabout.
Council Committees: Development Control, Scrutiny Committee.


KimCllr Kim Taylor
Kim is a full-time trainer and educator. Married to Michael, her partner for nearly 30 years, with two grown up boys who like so many people today find getting a foothold on the housing ladder a real challenge.
As a Councillor, Kim’s experience in the Legal Aid Board helps her be a good advocate for residents.
With a passion for a fair and equal society, Kim sees good education and housing as the building blocks for the future of our young people. She has successfully lobbied for increased funding for car parking improvements.
Council Committees: Community, Environment and Partnerships, Audit and Accounts Committee, Scrutiny Committee.


steveSteve Rolfe Candidate
Steve Rolfe is the newest addition to the Brighton Hill Labour team. Steve works as senior IT Technician at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital, providing essential support to keep the Hospital systems functioning.
Working for the NHS, Steve knows first-hand just how important our hospitals and GPs are to people’s everyday lives.
Steve has recently been kept very busy upgrading all the PC’s to Windows 10, following the Wannacry ransomware incident, which left many hospitals badly affected. Had the Health Secretary not terminated a special Microsoft support agreement, the attack might never have happened— another example of the damage that can result from Tory cuts!

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