Polling Day

by Andrew Brown on 21 May, 2014

It’s polling day, and my message is simple: Vote. Obviously I would like it very much if you were to vote for me, but my message really is just: Vote. You may not like politics, you may not think any of the parties truly reflect your views. Unless you go out and vote though – […]

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Counting Women In in Windmill Hill

by Andrew Brown on 18 May, 2014

Bristol Women’s Voice recently asked all Council Candidates a series of questions on issues of specific interest to woman. These were the questions and my answers: Question 1: In one sentence, what is your personal pitch to the women of Bristol? I’ve pledged to work for the various communities in Windmill Hill ward – I […]

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Where have I been?

by Andrew Brown on 17 May, 2014

Well, that has been a short/long two and a half months. Short because I don’t know where it’s gone, long because I have done sooo much in the meantime. When I posted my last blog, I anticipated making regular updates but, well, campaigning has expanded to fill the time I’ve not been at work! Whether […]

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by Andrew Brown on 1 March, 2014

Hi, Welcome to my blog. I’ll be using it to share stories of local interest in Windmill Hill Ward (which encompasses Windmill Hill and Totterdown as well as parts of Knowle and Bedminster) and reports and thoughts on various city-wide issues. First, though, a few words about myself. I grew up in Scotland but have […]

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