I started my working career as a junior at the Magistrates’ Association, Euston Square in London. I then went on to work at the Midland Bank and Barclays Bank before changing course to work as a Housing Officer with Harlow Council. After 13 years I moved to East Yorkshire to work as a Divisional Housing Officer at Pocklington. However, due to a lengthy delay in selling my home, I decided to return south and was fortunate to be able to return to work again with Harlow Council in their Housing Department.
Initially I lived in Old Harlow with my husband and two children, the latter both attended Harlow Schools. After some years we moved to Quendon but I continued to work in the Housing Department of Harlow Council at various levels until I retired. I am now resident again in Harlow and am keen to participate in all aspects of communal life of the town.
I feel very supportive of the aims and hopes of The Harlow Alliance Party, in it’s desire to improve and enhance the lives of the many people of all ages that are affected by decisions taken on their behalf. I will do my best to aid the new party in achieving it’s aims, for the benefit of all of us who live and work in the town. I care very much about the quality of life for the present residents, but also take on board the need to provide a good future for our children and those who will follow and be part of Harlow’s history.