Holly Law has recently been co-opted to the Parish Council and now represents Easthorpe Ward. Together with our other new councillors, who we’re introducing one at a time in The Rudd, we’d like to welcome Holly on board.
“I have lived in Ruddington since October 2018 and have a 5 year old boy that attends James Peacock School,” says Holly. I work full time as a Change Specialist for a large utility company and am an active member of the Labour Party. I attend local branch and CLP meetings for Rushcliffe and was involved in the campaign in the run up to the election.
“I also volunteer with the SFiCE foundation, a small charity located in Nottingham whose main mission is to help reduce the effects of food poverty, isolation and ill health within the city of Nottingham. In my free time you’ll find me either on long walks at the country park, playing board games with friends or reading a good fiction and fantasy book.”
Adds Holly: “I’m really keen to help local businesses to flourish through the Ruddington Village Centre Partnership by increasing footfall along High Street and Church Street. I’m also concerned about the new homes that are planned to be built on different green
belt sites at Ruddington and the impact it’s going to have on our existing amenities and infrastructure.”
You can contact Holly via the Parish Council Office or email her at Holly.Law2014@gmail.com.
There are still some vacancies on the Parish Council. If you’re interested in getting involved, please contact the Parish Clerk, Claire Dorans, to find out more about the role.