Thursday, 11 April 2013


Cliftonville Branch of the Labour Party unanimously selected Alan Currie as our candidate for the forthcoming district ward by-election in Cliftonville East at our Northdown Road offices this week.

Alan has lived in Cliftonville with his family since 1994. His three children all attended Cliftonville Primary School. After working previously in property management he now works in Thanet as an English language teacher and NVQ Assessor.

Over the past decade Alan has campaigned for improved facilities in Dane Park, the protection of public spaces in Northdown Park and for the past two years he has been a volunteer Thanet coastal warden looking after Palm Bay.

Thanet Labour Group Leader Cllr Clive Hart said "I know Alan to be a really smashing guy who just loves his local community. He's been waiting for his family and life circumstances to allow him the time to get even more deeply involved and that time has now come. Alan will make an excellent local councillor".

The by-election will take place on May 9th following the imprisonment of former Conservative ward councillor and council leader for misconduct in public office.

Promoted by Michelle Fenner

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