Dulwich and West Norwood Candidates: General Election 2019

The Green Party’s co-leader Jonathan Bartley is running in the Lambeth Constituency of Dulwich and West Norwood.

Jonathan Bartley Co-leader of the Green Party 

Mr Bartley is also a councillor for the St Leonard’s ward and leader of the opposition on Lambeth Council. The Green party are the official opposition in the Greater London Borough with 5 members compared with Labour’s 57 and 1 conservative.

Although the Green Party came 4th in 2017 election, Mr Bartley his hoping to make serious gains in the share of the vote. Labour’s Helen Hayes held the seat at the last election after taking over from Tessa Jowell in 2015.

Running on December 12th are: Helen Hayes– Labour Party, Anthony paul Hodgson– Christians peoples alliance, Jane Lyons – Conservative and Unionists Party,  John Kenneth Plume- UK Independence Party,  Julia Caroline Stephenson- Brexit Party 

Meet our Candidates:

Helen Hayes has served as a member of Dulwich and West norwood for over 20 years and is an advocate for equality and social justice she is campaigning for reform of the school history curriculum to make it inclusive, focusing on the role of migration in shaping and sustaining Britain.

Helen Hayes in Brixton Market 

Jane Lyons is the Conservative Party Parliamentary candidate for Dulwich & West Norwood. Jane is a local Dulwich resident of some 20 years standing . She was a Conservative Councillor representing Village Ward until 2018. In her working life Jane has run her own business and worked at a senior level within major British companies and global communications organisations.  She is now CEO for a cancer charity.

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Jane Lyons with PM Boris Johnson 

We’re still waiting on the information for Anthony Paul Hodgson, John Kenneth Plume, Julia Caroline Stephenson which will be updated shortly. 


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