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Newnham Labour has officially announced Cameron Holloway as our candidate for this year’s elections to Cambridge City Council.

Cameron works in prison education, and wants to help the most vulnerable in society. He is passionate about social justice and climate justice. He attended Robinson College, where he studied German and Russian.

Cameron said: “I’m absolutely delighted to be standing again in Newnham. Newnham is a wonderful place, and I’ve felt at home here ever since first arriving as a student at Robinson College in 2013. I love working with residents to make our ward and our city even more special than they already are.”

“I’ve been hard at work campaigning – pushing for better bus services, tackling pavement parking, setting up the petition to stop the proposed West Fields development, getting the County Council to map mental health support for young people, winning a Council Tax exemption for Cambridgeshire care leavers, getting street lights and potholes fixed. As a Councillor, I could do so much more.”

“I know that seemingly small things, like mending roads or clearing drains, really make a difference. And at the other end of the spectrum, there is so much to be done to tackle inequality and the climate and biodiversity crises, and we need to involve you, the residents, as much as possible in our response to these huge challenges.”

You can read Cameron’s full candidate statement here.