Saffron Walden Town election candidates

Vote for these candidates on May 2nd

Saffron Walden Audley Ward

Mike Hibbs

Mike Hibbs

Mike has lived in Saffron Walden for 57 years and his children attended local schools. As an architect he has a particular love of historic buildings. Mike has been a Town Councillor since 1987 and was twice Mayor of Saffron Walden. He is also a past Chairman of Uttlesford District Council and has a strong track record of working for everyone in Saffron Walden.

Simon Ede

Simon Ede

Simon is an international energy economist and has lived in Saffron Walden since 2008. He has two teenage children and is a very active member of the local running club. He is particularly interested in what the council can do to grow the number of well-paid jobs in the local economy.

Saffron Walden Castle Ward

Steffi Suhr

Steffi Suhr

Steffi has a PhD in Oceanography from the University of Southampton, and is a senior project manager for a scientific start-up in Babraham. She has lived in Saffron Walden with her family since 2012. She wants to make sure Saffron Walden stays a welcoming, inclusive and supportive town for everyone. She is particularly interested in reducing air pollution and mitigating the effects of climate change.

Claire Vintiner

Claire Vintiner

Claire has been living in Uttlesford with her family for three years and is a geographer specializing in water and environmental management. She is interested in supporting young people and the vulnerable in our community.

Barbara Hughes

Barbara Hughes

Barbara has lived in Uttlesford all her life. After a career in the NHS she served for a number of years as a District Councillor and is currently a Trustee/Director of the award-winning Edward VI Almshouses in Saffron Walden.

Saffron Walden Shire Ward

Sonia Sault

Sonia Sault

Sonia has lived in Shire Ward for 28 years and is currently Site Manager and Governor of the Katherine Semar Schools. Last time she was on the Town Council she worked to improve the community hall and play area at Golden Acre. Now she is fighting to get Zebra crossings put in for the safety of school children.

Adam Langworthy

Adam Langworthy

Adam attended Saffron Walden County High School and now studies computer science. He became involved in politics during the 2016 Referendum and believes that young people need the benefits of close ties with our European neighbours. He thinks local councils should promote renewable energy and low-carbon building, and ensure proper funding for libraries and youth services.



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