I am passionate about Cambourne, having lived here for 15 years. I’m a parent, have taught in local secondary schools, and volunteer with 1st Cambourne Beavers. I want to see our community become even stronger, and families and children should be at the
heart of this.
MY PROMISES TO YOU
As your councillor, I will listen to people who live here, taking forward your ideas. I will be your voice, to ensure that we have the infrastructure we were promised by the developers:
• A swimming pool
• Joined-up cycle paths
Cycle paths connecting the schools to our homes are essential: Children must be able to get to school safely. We need cycle paths on Swansley Lane and Sheepfold Lane. I will work with other councillors to make this happen.
Traffic to Cambourne Village College must not be re-routed through West Cambourne; local people must be listened to in planning decisions.
• Expansion of opportunities for youth
• Prevent anti-social behaviour
• More community policing
• More funding for sports facilities
• Encourage more people to be active
I will work to protect green spaces, end the use of herbicide, and encourage wildflower and tree planting initiatives. The Cambourne community needs to have a real stake in the country parks and woodland. I will work with planners, District and Town Councils to ensure sustainable, eco-friendly best practices to protect the wildlife and biodiversity.
I will put the voice of the community at the heart of South Cambs District Council
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gavin Clayton Cllr for Cambourne 2018 – 2022 supports Kirsty Ellerker
“Please lend Kirsty your vote on May 5. As a mum who has worked in education she knows how vital provision for children and young people is for Cambourne and will fight on behalf of all families in Council. I know first hand how vital it is to have Labour voices in council to raise issues of social justice, equity and inclusion that supports our rapidly growing diverse community. Benefits advice staff, cultural provision, support for our independent businesses and LGBTQ+ advocacy are just some of the things that would not have been considered without Labour. Every vote counts so use one for Kirsty on May 5.”