David Ward, Deborah Brewer and Gill Hayman are your local Lib Dem campaigners for St Marychurch.
This ward covers the St Marychurch, Babbacombe, Plainmoor and Maidencombe areas.
Please do get in contact if you have any questions for the team or want to raise any issues with them.
Deborah Brewer was the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Torbay in 2017 and has been a local campaigner for the last 12 years. She is a lecturer in business at Exeter College and has previously been a senior manager for several major companies, as well as a business-owner. She is also a mother, with all of her children having attended school in Torquay. As a governor at St Cuthbert Mayne School, she is passionate about creating job opportunities for young people. She also campaigns on protecting and promoting the use of green spaces, as well as improving transport links into and around the Bay.
Phone: 01803 299900
Gill Hayman has been a member of the Liberal Democrats for nearly 20 years and is a former Torbay Councillor. She worked in various care homes across her career, helping vulnerable adults. She is also a mother, grandmother and step-great-grandmother. She is passionate about protecting funding that impacts vulnerable people, wants to champion our communities, and preserve our green spaces and heritage sites.
Phone: 01803 616488
David Ward is a local campaigner who has been involved with local charities across the Bay for many years. He sits on numerous committees, including Rowcroft Hospice and other community groups, and he is also a governor of Priory Roman Catholic Primary School. He has maintained a high presence in the ward and has campaigned on local issues, including King George V playing fields and on the parking issues on Oddicombe Beach Road. David is fed up of the lack of basic housekeeping across the Bay and the failure to deliver to local taxpayers; he has the drive to change the Bay for the better - for residents and visitors alike.
Phone: 07891 085919
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