Dr Sarah Hoyle, Liberal Democrat Candidate in the Frognal Ward by-election.

4 Apr 2024
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Dr Sarah Hoyle, Liberal Democrat Candidate in the Frognal Ward by-election

Camden Liberal Democrats have on 2nd of April announced that Dr Sarah Hoyle will be their candidate for the Frognal Ward by-election on 2nd of May, following the resignation of the Leader of the Conservatives on Camden Council, Gio Spinella.

Sarah (45) has lived in North London for 20 years, and has been the Director of Kentish Town Community Centre since 2017.  Alongside this demanding role she also volunteers in a variety of roles. She is a founding trustee and Chair of Trustees at a foodbank covering both Camden and Barnet, and she is a Governor for Central North West London NHS Trust. Sarah was awarded her PhD from the University of York earlier this year.

Sarah says: “My work has provided me with a deep understanding of the way Camden council operates and how I can make a change for good Camden residents. I have spoken with many Frognal residents in recent months, and I hear again and again that they feel let down both by the Labour council and their Tory councillors who take their vote for granted.

“The Liberal Democrats are the official opposition on Camden Council, and I look forward to strengthening this hard-working group of councillors to make them even more effective in challenging the Labour council, and to provide a strong voice for the residents of Frognal Ward”.

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