People

Reuben Day

Currently enjoying life in Leamington Spa, Reuben has been an active member of both the Scouts and the Boy's Brigade for a number of years, as well as competing in rowing competitions at regional level. If elected, he looks forward to serving the Clarendon community.

Joe Quick

Joe lives in Willes and has lots of exciting ideas for the area, such as introducing speed bumps down Gainsborough Drive to curb the high-speed drivers and make Sydenham safer for everyone. Moreover, he would endeavour to clear up the River Leam, as it is full of rubbish and he would liek to introduce more rubbish bins into the local area to tackle this problem.

Jackie David

Jackie grew up in Wales but moved to the Midlands about thirty years ago. She has lived in Leamington since 2006 and enjoys being part of such a thriving community. Jackie would now like to use her experience to benefit our community and would work hard as a local representative for Lillington Ward. She is keen to address the issues of our area and to make sure that Leamington continues to be a great place to live.

Jody Tracey

Jody is an active member of the local community and has campaigned on several local issues, including road safety at Emscote Infants and All Saints Junior Schools and opposing the McDonald's at Tesco on Emscote Road. If elected, his priority will be to listen to and involve local people in local decisions.

Ken Key

Ken relocated to Leamington Spa 3 years ago due to family commitments. He particularly enjoys the open spaces and parks that Leamington offers and is a regular walker at Newbold Comyn and the surrounding countryside. As an avid rugby player, Ken is passionate about protecting the green belt and Leamington's green spaces and is keen to see the Town Council's Neighbourhood Plan come to fruition, which will bring more security to some of the areas smaller open spaces.

Cllr Caroline Evetts

Caroline is your current District and Town Councillor for Clarendon Ward in Leamington Spa. As Mayor of Leamington in 2017-2018, Caroline supported the NSPCC, Samaritans, and Alzheimer's Society and attended over 150 events. She is particularly concerned about care in the community for children and the elderly. If elected, she will work hard for the residents of Brunswick.

Oliver Jacques

Oliver has lived in Warwick since 2003 and has two teenage children. He now has the time and ability to give back to the town by standing as a District and Town Councillor. He is looking forward to helping promote community cohesion through the establishment of good local facilities, as well as good social and support networks.

David Stevens

David has lived in Leamington for over 23 years, having also spent 14 years of his childhood and early adult life in our lovely town. He retired from Jaguar Land Rover over 5 years ago, when he formed his own motor trade consultancy business. David is a strong believer in giving something back to his local community, of which he is so proud. If elected, his prime aim would be to ensure that the voices of Brunswick residents are heard and that their issues are dealt with fairly.