Mandy Bannon - Lancaster City Councillor for Marsh Ward

Mandy Bannon

Mandy is passionate about serving the residents of Marsh ward, where she has lived for 26 years.

A councillor since 2019, Mandy has helped to save Freeman’s Wood, and is now a trustee of the charity formed to buy the land. She has worked with Friends of Marsh to raise funds to refit a local playpark and has solved many practical issues for her ward’s residents. 

An active member of the Fairfield Association for many years, Mandy successfully campaigned to have a public right of way opened between the Millennium Orchard and Towneley Close.

Mandy has recently succeeded in leading a call to establish Lancaster as a Mayors for Peace City.

A former journalist, Mandy has worked in education marketing and social research and now works for Citizens Advice.

She enjoys birdwatching along the Lune and other local green spaces.

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