Stephne Harrison is standing for Calderdale Liberal Democrats to contest Luddendenfoot Ward. Stephne is a florist by trade. She is a Town councillor, a local flood warden, school governor, a representative on the Town Board, a trustee on Royd Regeneration & Mytholmroyd Business Network. Stephne is dedicated and actively involved in a number of local community initiatives throughout Mytholmroyd, and is always looking for ways to enhance local opportunities within our village and towns.
As a parent of a disabled child Stephne is also passionate about fighting to improve accessibility for disabled people.
Stephne is campaigning for
Affordable and sustainable housing
Investment in developing affordable and sustainable housing which utilises many of the brownfield sites within our Upper Calder Valley, protects our green spaces, brings in investment and enhances the environment in which we live
Local school funding for technology
Investment in advanced digital technology for local schools to ensure all our schools are able to thrive and educate our future generations in this 21st century without compromise.
A carbon neutral society
Investment in local & regional incentives to tackle environmental challenges & reduce co2, with the aim to become carbon neutral.
Continuous support for local disability access & recognition of services to accommodate the needs of our disabled communities.
Investment to protect our local health centres to ensure these remain sustainable, & mental health services to engage young people who need our help.
Investment in our towns creating viable investment and sustainable communities. We strive to identify opportunities that enhance and support our communities, the environment in which we live, bring in investment, reduce isolation and give our local residents a voice.