Monday, September 26, 2022

Council Candidates Declared

Introduction

All the candidates have been declared for the local elections on May 6th.

Over the next two weeks, yourthurrock will run its eye over each ward, the issues that may be relevant and assess some of the candidates that are standing.

At first glance it is significant that Cons, Lab and BNP are fielding a full slate of candidates with UKIP fielding a healthy eleven candidates. The Lib-Dems aren’t fighting any seats, perhaps concentrating their resources on Carys Davis and Geoff Williams parliamentary campaigns.

In many ways it is difficult to see where the changes may take place. Aveley to an Ind? Stanford East to Cons? Stifford Clays to Lab? Homesteads and Tilbury Riverside too close to call?

We welcome a healthy and civilised debate from our readers on the sixteen battles for election.

Aveley and Uplands

Tim Aker (UKIP)

Colin Churchman (Ind)

Wendy Herd (Cons)

Cliff Holloway (Lab)

Dave Strickson (BNP)

Belhus

Wendy Curtis (Lab)

Ricky Strickson (BNP)

Emma Woods (Cons)

Chadwell St Mary

Derek Beackon (BNP)

Shane Hebb (Cons)

Barbara Rice (Lab)

Grays Riverside

Michael Abiodun (Ind)

Martin Healy (Lab)

Charles Key (Cons)

Luke North (BNP)

Grays Thurrock

Tom Davis (BNP)

Raj Mistry (UKIP)

Michael Stone (Lab)

Chris Scalise (Cons)

Little Thurrock Blackshots

Alan Broad (UKIP)

Ben Maney (Cons)

Tracy North (BNP)

Mick Rankin (Lab)

Little Thurrock Rectory

Rob Gledhill (Cons)

Aaron Mohammed (Lab)

Peter Prendegast (UKIP)

Donna Strickson (BNP)

Ockendon

Lynn Carr (Cons)

Mark Gorman (BNP)

Thomas Kelleher (UKIP)

Tony Lane (Lab)

Orsett

Richard Speight (Lab)

Mark Onion (BNP)

Mike Revell (Cons)

Marie Andrews (UKIP)

South Chafford

Tunde Ojetola (Cons)

Olukayode Olukoga (Lab)

Mickey White (BNP)

Stanford East and Corringham Town

Phil Anderson (Cons)

Phil Smith (Lab)

David Godfrey (UKIP)

Peter Fox (BNP)

Stifford Clays

Clive Broad (UKIP)

Angie Gaywood (Lab)

Tom Kelly (Cons)

Karne McGinn (BNP)

The Homesteads

Tony Benson (Lab)

Kay Hipsey (UKIP)

James Halden (Cons)

Paul Woodley (BNP)

Tilbury Riverside and Thurrock Park

Keith Hatcher (Ind)

Bukky Okunade (Lab)

Ian Heffron (Ind)

Georgette Polley (Cons)

Anthony McGinn (BNP)

Tilbury St Chads

Ben Gadsby (Cons)

Steve Liddiard (Lab)

Jay Slaven (BNP)

West Thurrock and South Stifford

Gareth Davies (Cons)

Warren Parish (BNP)

Andy Smith (Lab)

Kay Ravenhill (UKIP)

6 COMMENTS

  1. stopthebnpinessex, whilst I understand your statement regarding the BNP councilors in Thurrock, there is nothing you, me or anyone else can do regarding this as they are a legal political party and are free to run for office where ever they want.

    What the other parties need to look at is the reason why they are now gaining a foothold in areas, it is ok for them to sit and complain and try court action against these parties but they need to ask why it is happening and then to change things within their own party policies.

  2. http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=163085232071&ref=ts

    For some reason it linked the group and someones profile from the group together.

    I understand the BNP are a legal party but their views are backwards and old fashioned and people should be making as much noise as possible to show that whilst legal, it is unacceptable in modern society. Not voting for them is 1 step, but making clear that anyone who does vote for them is supporting disgusting views is a more important step.

  3. The bnp are a legal party and anybody thinking of voting for them need to realise that it will be a wasted vote and will almost ensure a return to Labour. be warned!

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