Simon Nicholls

Simon Nicholls has spent many years working within voluntary, statutory, private sector and faith-based organisations locally, nationally and internationally. His qualifications in Play, Youth and Community Work are built on years of practice working with people of all ages and backgrounds in different spheres and communities. As a qualified teacher of adults he specialises in personal development courses with male groups and mixed groups.

Simon states that ‘there are key elements of responsible citizenship, strong community-based organisations and effective and responsive services … the most important is an understanding of power and that collective action is the way to change the balance of power in the community.’

Simon believes that personal and community growth emerges from the opportunity for the individual and group to “grasp the nettle of change” and grow strong for the benefit of all around so we become ‘creators of change, not consumers of change’

To contact Simon, please send him a email:

or call: 07711 269291



Peter McDonald

“It is an honour and a privilege to once again stand as County Councillor for the Beacon Division.

I am proud to have lived in the area I represent for over sixty years and to have attended local schools.

I have worked relentlessly with local residents on many campaigns: 202 bus, keeping our Library open, 5 ton weight restriction, reinstating a police officer and CSO who had been removed and successfully stopping the Council removing Child Bollards from outside our schools.

Campaigning with local residents at the moment to have parking charges removed from Waseley Hills Country Park in line with other Country Parks throughout the County.

I have always believed that action speaks louder than words”

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Bromsgrove Central

Jane Elledge

“I have lived in Bromsgrove for nearly 20 years having moved here in 2001 – our children have grown up here and we all enjoy being part of this lovely town.  I love spending time with family, gardening, walking and discussing issues of the day!  .

It is time for a change from the lack of action and improvement under the Tories.  Bromsgrove Central, as well as the wider parts of the district, deserve better. If elected I would be honoured to serve the people of Bromsgrove Central. I would be your voice in the County Council chamber, protecting and improving our community.”

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Bromsgrove East

Mattie Osborne

“I’m Mattie, and I’m a local resident to the area having lived here verging on 23 years. As a young person, I believe that it is imperative to step forward in representing the local community effectively and being a consistent, visible voice for our most vulnerable. I believe that through community spirit and communication that we can better Bromsgrove East – from local initiatives to support our small businesses, to fighting for improvements and repairs of our lanes – to ensure that our county council better serves people, whether they’re from anywhere in our ward or beyond”


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Bromsgrove South

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Bromsgrove West

Luke Mallett

Luke has been the Labour County Councillor for Bromsgrove West since 2013 (and Bromsgrove Council since 2011).

Living locally in Bromsgrove, he has campaigned on a range of issues including the need for investment in the town centre, parking charges, the Western Relief Road and the development proposals at Whitford and Perryfields. Luke says “Local residents know at first hand the impact of traffic and air pollution on the west of Bromsgrove, it’s vital we keep campaigning on these issues.”

Luke believes that Worcestershire needs a Labour-run County Council that works in the interests of all of the residents of Worcestershire.

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Clent Hills

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