Bolton is my home and I’m proud to live here.
I have a proven track record of delivering strong campaigns, from supporting our Armed Forces community, to protecting victims from press abuse and phone hacking.
My roots and future are firmly here in Bolton, and I’m passionate about ensuring Bolton has a strong voice and representation in Westminster.
Bolton has given me the chance to start a family, to put a roof over my head, and a community. Now, I want to give back so that my son and future generations don’t have to struggle the way so many have over the last 13 years under this Conservative government.
I work for a charity called WaveLength, playing my part in helping to tackle loneliness and social isolation, an issue I’m deeply passionate about. I started a ‘Phone a Neighbour’ campaign locally in Harwood to help vulnerable and shielding individuals during the Covid-19 pandemic.
I have a track record of delivering strong campaigns through my work, including fighting to protect victims of press abuse and phone hacking, campaigning for the Leveson Inquiry in her work for Hacked Off. I’m a strong supporter of our Armed Forces, having worked for the Royal British Legion and campaigning for extra support for the Armed Forces Community. My husband is also a Reserve in the Army.