Simon Hall was born and raised in Luton and lives in Bushmead. For the past 15 years he has worked for an environmental education company in Stopsley.
Simon has previously stood as a candidate for the Green Party in Luton North in 2010 and in Luton South in 2015. Simon has been a member of the Green Party since 2004 and believes that only the Green Party can offer the change that we need. He explains: "In increasingly unsettled times, the Green Party brings a voice of reason and a message of hope for a fairer, healthier and more economically stable future"
Simon continues: "I have lived and worked in Luton for many years - it is my home Town - and I am aware of its strengths as well as areas which need attention. Key issues for me are the regeneration the Town, strengthening the local economy, improving public transport infrastructure, and improving air quality for our citizens.
Unlike other political parties, the Green Party do not receive any donations from big business or the Unions. ALL of our funding comes from members and small private donations. It costs at least £1,200 to run a proper general election campaign, and we desperately need you help to ensure that the Green voice is heard in Luton North. Please donate so that Simon can stand. Without this money there can be no Green Party candidate in Luton North.
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