Carole Pattison - Greenhead - Elected 2015
Carole has lived in Marsh for over 30 years and her children were born and brought up here in Huddersfield. She has always been active in the community and was a governor on Paddock School and still is a governor on Royds Hall. She has also worked with many local charities.
Professionally she has worked for local authorities and the voluntary sector. She was the director of CHAS Housing Aid and a Housing Manager for Kirklees Council. Earlier as Assistant Chief Executive of Manchester City council. Her role has been to manage and improve the services provided by the council and now she wishes to use that expertise to help Kirklees Council through this difficult time for local government.
Carole says: "As a local councillor I will work full-time to ensure the needs of our community are met. I want to see our environment kept clean and tidy, I want to see all people well housed in a home that they can afford. I want all our children to be well educated and to achieve their full potential. I want us all to live long, happy and healthy lives and believe that a free National Health Service is vitally important in achieving that aim."
Carole agrees with Sheikh:
- Greenhead is a great place to live - A good environment, clean streets, and activities for all.
- There are further reductions of crime and anti-social behaviour.
- We want to improve education, health and jobs for local people.
- We will work with Cllr. Mohan Sokhal to get the best services in our area.
Greenhead councillors and Labour members would welcome your involvement. Contact Carole on 07887 762647, Sheikh on 07921 781640 or Mohan Sokhal.