Labour’s candidate in Pound Hill South & Worth is Colin Flack. Colin is becoming well known within the ward as this will be the third year running that he has stood for election. Traditionally a Conservative safe seat, Colin has worked hard to engage with local people and raise his and Labour’s profile in the area. Being a resident of the ward himself, he is aware of the issues being faced and passionate about helping to resolve them.
Colin was born in Crawley hospital in the early seventies and has lived in Crawley all of his life. He has lived in the Pound Hill South ward for over 20 years. Colin works for the Civil Aviation Authority where he is highly respected and responsible for managing the Safety Data team. He has also represented the UK at aviation safety related meetings in Europe. With proven competence to draw on, he is confident that he would be able to put his experience to good use in Crawley Borough Council meetings if selected to represent his neighbourhood.
Colin’s previous election campaigns have seen a significant increase in the Labour vote within Pound Hill South & Worth. He strongly believes that actions speak louder than words and so is optimistic that voters will notice and appreciate his commitment to representing them. Almost 1700 voters supported him in 2017’s by-election. Colin will be working hard to encourage them to support him again so that Pound Hill South & Worth returns a Labour councillor and benefits from the additional influence that will bring at Crawley Borough Council.
Colin is on Twitter: @cflack4labour