Rosalind Scott

I stood in the selection hustings for Colchester Constituency Labour Party, determined that the all women shortlist would be representative of a broad range of the strong women of the left in Colchester. We had a great day of debate an inspiration and elected Tina McKay, a woman who is a true socialist and has been a campaigner for fairness and equality all her life.  With your help we can elect a Labour MP for Colchester. She can represent your interests, your rights, and get rid of the scourge of austerity.

I am pleased and proud to have been a Labour Parliamentary Candidate for the General Election on June 8th, 2017 campaigning to unseat Bernard Jenkin, who has been the Harwich and North Essex Tory MP for twenty-five years. We managed to increase our share of the vote by 50% and we intend to build on that progress.

Not everyone likes change, but sometimes we need to be bold. I strongly believe our distinctive community  needs some fresh thinking and better local support to thrive and grow in the coming years.

I am committed to campaign for and deliver change, and I promise to listen and work hard on behalf of all of you.

I have lived in Wivenhoe for more than twenty-five years. I taught science at the Colne Community School in Brightlingsea and have worked in schools in Colchester, Clacton and Harwich. I have raised my children here and live close to my parents.

I was a ward councillor for 4 years, been a governor in Wivenhoe’s Broomgrove School and The Gilberd, and volunteer for the Monday Club, a service to help older residents meet up and make friends. I chair Refugee Action in Colchester, which helps people settle and integrate into our communities.

I understand the importance of family, community and our amazing natural environment to the people of Essex, and the wonderful heritage we have here in Colchester.

Thank you.


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