Hi, I’m Liz!
I’d lived on Eaglestone for 42 years, and I was proud to call Eaglestone my home. For 18 years I worked in in Children Services, at Milton Keynes Council and have been retired 4 years ago. I spent the two years before becoming a councillor campaigning to improve the non-residential parking on Eaglestone, and supporting residents on key local topics as part of the Eaglestone Residents Association. I enjoy gardening and have two allotments in Woughton on the Green where I grow fruit and vegetables.
I am committed to:
•Improving our local environment by tackling the issue of litter, dog fouling and fly tipping
•Developing local facilities by focusing on our play areas and green spaces
•Supporting residents with local issues or concerns, including drug use and anti-social behaviour
•Resolving parking issues in Eaglestone, specifically the issue of non-residential parking.
Although I no longer live on Eaglestone, I will continue to work towards improving the environment and services for all residents on Eaglestone and in the Woughton area until the end of my term as councillor. I am not a politician, just a person who wanted to get Eaglestone residents voices heard.