Cabinet Member for Climate Emergency and Neighbourhood Services
15 Lower Camden Place
Richard Samuel has lived in the heart of Walcot for the past seven years, and is heavily involved in the community, and local politics. If elected, Richard plans on introducing low traffic neighbourhoods to Camden and the London Road areas. He would work towards improving street maintenance and bettering the recycling system, as it is evident that these are major issues Walcot faces. In the past, Richard has served as the Camden Residents Association Chair, the Former Citizens Advice B&NES Chair, the former Bristol Community Health Chair, and a Liberal Democrat Shadow and campaigner on Clean Air. Richard is dedicated to bettering the life of his fellow residents, especially fixing issues of air pollution, and improving transport across the ward. Now elected, Richard demands better tenant representation and involvement in the management of the Snow Hill estate. Additionally, Richard aims to make improvements in issues of street maintenance, and recycling collection.
15 Windell Street
Tom Davies lives in Bath with his wife, Leo, and their daughter, Amelia. Tom is especially passionate about the environment, and education issues that affect the people of Bath. Tom joined the Liberal Democrats in 2005, and stood as a parliamentary candidate in the 2015 general election. Tom spends his weekends on the doorsteps of the Walcot ward with Richard Samuel, listening to the concerns of residents and helping to resolve their issues as often as possible. A chartered accountant by training, Tom currently works at Monkton Combe School, and is the Governor of Oldfield School.