Daniel Crampton: Wribbenhall and Arley
"If you want a strong voice for your community and someone that isn’t full of false promises, then please vote for me in the upcoming council elections."
My name is Daniel Crampton and I am 32 years old. I currently live on Bark Hill in Bewdley and have done so for over 16 years now. I am a qualified nurse of just over a year, and currently work at Worcestershire Royal hospital.
I started my career in nursing as a mature student having previously worked in retail. I feel that having worked in retail and now in nursing stands me in good stead for working with the public as both are strong public facing roles. I decided to change my career to nursing as I waned to make a difference and feel like I was helping people. It was not an easy journey as I had to spend 2 years part time at college to allow me to attend university and then my nursing degree took a further 3 years. I am married, have a 5 year old son, and have another child on the way. My main interests are enjoying the local area with my family, walking, and travelling, when time and funds allow. I am very proud of our local community, hence the reason why I wish to become a councillor so I can aim to do my best to keep improving our beautiful District.
I feel, as a parent, I have a special interest in improving things for the next generation, and as part of this I aim to make sure that the paddling pool in Riverside North park remains open, as even now there are still concerns that our Tory led council may still fill it in at some point.
I am also keen for us to maintain a strong library service within our area. This would benefit the whole community and as a parent I appreciate how important the library service is for our children.
As a Councillor, I would aim to always make myself available to listen and to act on any concerns that the people of Wribbenhall and Arley may have. If you want a strong voice for your community and someone that isn’t full of false promises, then please vote for me in the upcoming council elections.