Council Candidates

Thornton Ward: Matthew Bryant 


key_matthews.JPGMatthew has lived locally, just off Thornton Avenue, for twenty years. He has worked in different roles in the NHS for most of his career and is a school governor at King's Avenue School, a role he has held since 2003. Matthew’s priorities are to fight against Labour’s children’s centre cuts, campaign for a People’s Vote on Brexit and push for improvements to housing estates.

Many Thornton voters will have already met Matthew, as talked to hundreds of residents in the bitter January weather before the last by-election which took place on 7th February 2019. Rebecca Macnair, who stood in the previous by-election and has decided not to stand again for health reasons, is supporting Matthew. She said: "Our area needs a hard-working councillor like Matthew who will hold Labour-run Lambeth Council to account over cuts to children’s services and wasteful spending. He will be a very strong voice at the Town Hall if we beat Labour this time."

 

Published and promoted by S. Drage on behalf of Matthew Bryant (Liberal Democrats), all at Flat 2, 13 Hopton Road, London, SW16 2EH. 

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