Carol made her home in Royston nearly ten years ago and loves the area. She is also an active Town Councillor for part of Heath ward and her young children attend a local school. This makes her passionate about children's and family services, which have come in for deep cuts in recent years. She is active in the community, running a local German conversation group and being involved in her school's "Friends" group. She has campaigned on, amongst other things, the brown bin tax and on-street parking in Royston. As a scientist by training, she always tries to make decisions based on rational thought and evidence. Her experience of living abroad has taught her to be curious about and inclusive of other cultures and mindsets. She said "I have always been a Liberal Democrat supporter and voter, though I joined the party just after the referendum in 2016. Whether we are in or out of the EU, I want to make sure that the whole of the British people get the facilities and services that they require and deserve. I intend to be as approachable and open as possible to all those from my ward who come to me with ideas and questions, or asking for help."
Carol sits on the Overview and Scrutiny Committee, and the Royston and District Committee. She is a reserve member of the Planning Control Committee.
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