Whitehouse Ward - Lucy Trenchard

Lucy Trenchard is the Labour Party candidate for Whitehouse at the Borough Council election on Thursday 2nd May 2019. 

Lucy Trenchard is a semi-retired business professional who has worked in the Information Technology industry since 1984, specialising in Quality Systems, Governance and Audit, specifically within Software Development and has held a number of roles within Customer Services, Project Management and Programme Management.

Lucy originally trained as a teacher, gaining a Certificate of Education in 1977 in Middle School Years, but did not continue in that profession, instead moving into a variety of roles before moving into Information Technology.

Having lived and worked in and around London for most of her working life, Lucy moved to Ipswich in 2016 in order to be closer to her family and friends and to pursue a working life outside of business.

She is a Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator, and has worked with Police and councillors to tackle traffic issues and vandalism in the area in which she lives. 

With your support on 2nd May, Lucy will be a highly effective councillor for Whitehouse Ward.


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commented 2019-04-14 13:36:10 +0100
Hi Lucy,
I’ve just received the advertising leaflet for the upcoming elections and have a few questions on subjects you’ve left out of the paperwork.
What if anything do you intend to do about the rise in drug dealing, antisocial behaviour and general intimidation by young adults around the Ulster avenue area.
Also are your ‘pledges’ commitments or just words to get you a nice job that can then be twisted to mean anything you like. I would also like to know how you view democracy is it something to be upheld at all costs or do you feel it’s within your remit to ignore what the person on the street decides if it is not in YOUR best interests (yes I am referring to the Brexit betrayal)

I look forward to your reply and is the offer of a lift still open if I decide to vote for another candidate.

Many thanks

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