Introducing 2018 Ecclesall candidate - Phil Wymer

Phil Wymer 2018 candidate for Ecclesall
Phil Wymer - a long-time resident of Ecclesall - has ambitions for the ward and city grounded in traditional Labour principles of social justice and fairness. If elected as a councillor, Phil pledges to:-

~ support local business, help new start-ups, and encourage people to 'buy local'.
"Local businesses make a vital contribution to the city's economy, pay their fair share of taxes, and employ local people," says Phil.

~ work to find a home for the three local grassroots football teams: Ecclesall Rangers, Porter FC, and Millhouses Juniors, and to campaign for improved access to open spaces.

~ continue to campaign to save the Minor Injuries Unit and Walk-In Centre, and fight against further privatisation of our health service.

~ campaign for cleaner streets and air, promoting healthier travel options and clean energy, and working towards re-regulation of our bus services to encourage less car use.

Phil's personal interests and skills include amateur football and education - he has taught for many years at Sheffield College, working with disadvantaged students.

Phil links his campaign and political vision with Labour's national campaign to win the next General Election and form a government that will truly serve the many. Electing a Labour councillor for Ecclesall is a step along the way to fairer leadership for the whole nation.


for Ecclesall and for the many