Sue Mason has lived in Portishead, in West Ward, for over 40 years. She is an experienced town councillor representing Portishead West on the Town Council.
Sue is involved in several local groups focusing on carbon reduction. She is also a Governor at High Down Schools, a Trustee of the Bristol Trust for the Deaf, and runs a local toddler group on a Monday morning.
"I am is a passionate advocate for our local community and I have been your representative on the Town Council for many years and understand the local issues. I am determined to make your voice count. Portishead West is a great place to live. Please vote for me on 4th May so I can work to make it even better!"
Vote for local Lib Dem Sue Mason on Thursday 4th May to elect a councillor who will stand up for Portishead West
I am concerned about the loss of local services such as the Post Office and empty shops, particularly in the town centre, and want to see more investment in our High Street and West Hill.
We need to get the new Portishead Railway back on track and ensure better facilities for our new station. I also want to see better bus services into the town and bevond (Cribbs Causewav, Bristol, and Weston), maintaining connections to the Police HQ and for residents on Nore Road and Down Road.
I welcome the recent Lake Grounds investment but more needs to be done. If elected I will use my position to campaign for more money to improve our local parks, such as Nightingale Rise and Merlin Park, and to protect our green spaces, especially in and around Weston Big Wood.