South Bermondsey

Patrickson Obanya

Patrickson Obanya

Patrickson has lived in Bermondsey for the past 24 years.

He is an active member of the local community, having been a governor of St Joseph’s primary school for eight years. He is also involved in his Church, St Gertrude’s, where he sits on the Church council and has been a part of it’s charity fundraising drives.

Patrickson runs his own security business here in Bermondsey and cares about reducing crime in our area. He also wants to see the council reach out more to young people.

Alice Thomas 

Alice Thomas

Alice grew up in South-east London and has lived in the centre of South Bermondsey for three years.

Professionally, she works with businesses to represent their views to national government. Alice wants to use her experience by working to support local businesses and business owners across South Bermondsey.

In her spare time she loves to garden and is proud to live in such a beautiful part of London. Alice wants to make South Bermondsey greener by planting more trees and bringing the Reverdy Road allotments back into use.

Michael Tipler

Michael Tipler

Michael is a Critical Care nurse at Guys and St Thomas’ who lives by the Harris Academy on Southwark Park Road. He also has family living in off Lynton Road.

Working in critical care, Michael saw first-hand the damage Covid-19 has had on us all, from lost loved ones to the effect lockdowns have had on our physical and mental health. As a member of the executive committee of the Lib Dem Health and Care Association, community and health is a priority for him.

He is frustrated with the Labour Council's inadequate maintenance of council estates such as the heating and hot water outages on the Rouel Road estate, council house windows not being fixed in the middle of winter and constant issues with damp and mould. He knows our area deserves better.

 

 

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