Cllr Caroline Jackson - Bulk Ward City Councillor and 2019 General Election candidate for Lancaster & Fleetwood

Caroline JacksonCaroline Jackson was elected to represent Bulk ward in a by-election in May 2013. For 17 years she was a teacher in Lancaster finishing as head teacher of Hornby High School until it closed. Caroline is also founder of the Claver Hill community food project and currently holds the City Council Cabinet portfolio for housing.

Caroline is also the Green Party candidate for Lancaster and Fleetwood in the 2019 General Election and says:

I have lived in Lancashire for thirty years, and worked as a teacher. I believe in the power of Lancashire communities where people look after each other and stand up for what they believe in. Over the past ten years I have been in the centre of local issues, working hard as a charity volunteer, an environmental campaigner and an elected city councillor. As your Green MP I will fight for a future that’s fair and just, protecting our livelihoods and our environment from economic uncertainty and climate change.

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