Victoria Ward Newbury Town Centre Candidates
Vote APOLITICAL ~ Vote Reid and Wallace
Dave Reid (61) has run a variety of pubs around the country. He was based in Cheltenham before moving to Newbury in August 2000 to take over the Coopers Arms. As a Town Centre business man he is well placed to understand trading conditions and issues affecting the town. “I feel that the standards that I encountered when I first came to Newbury have been allowed to slip and I would like to think that I could help to restore some of these if I’m elected as a Councillor.
Iain Wallace (27) has lived in Newbury for sixteen years where he grew up and went to school from the age of eleven. Currently he is Functions Manager at Newbury Rugby Club, prior to which, he managed several local pubs and a local taxi service.
From this highly customer-facing view-point, Iain has been well placed to have seen a lot of change in Newbury – and believes that much of that change has not been in a good way.
He’s never got involved in politics before but he believes it’s time for a change for the better. And he would like to think he can help with that by standing as an Apolitical candidate for both the District and Town Councils in Victoria ward.
Vote APOLITICAL ~ Vote Reid, Wallace, Bell & Farrow
My name is Aaron Bell. I am 19 years old and have always held an interest in politics. I am currently attending Newbury College and am just completing my third year in Carpentry. I attended St Barts School for five years and did well in my GCSEs.
I have always lived and now work part time in Newbury and my main aim is to be a voice for the young people in this town.
Their views and experiences will mould Newbury in the future and it is vitally important that they are heard in order that the policies made for everyone benefit every age range. Today’s youth is tomorrow’s parents and Newbury’s future.
He has lived in Newbury almost all of his life. He went to St. Bartholomew’s School where he was House Captain of Patterson and played an active role in school life. He graduated in Philosophy from King’s College London in 2005.
He is now a secondary school teacher but will be familiar to many in the Town Centre as a recent Manager of the Farmers Market where he was frequently to be seen actively promoting the market and local produce on a tri-shaw or dressed as a free-range chicken!