Steph’s family roots in Fratton go back over a century, She has lived and worked there for many years. Steph is particularly interested in women’s health issues and for over twenty years was an independent researcher helping to combat SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome). Steph currently volunteers as Head of Operations for a local women’s health charity and is campaigning for a Women’s Health Hub for Portsmouth.  Last year she was honoured with an Inspirational Woman of Portsmouth Award.

Steph says,”I’m particularly concerned about the difficulty people have getting GP and dentist appointments and was shocked to learn that Portsmouth has one of the worst records in the country. I’m concerned that QA Hospital is so stretched that it has been forced to declare itself in ‘critical incident status’ on several occasions recently.”

Like many others, Steph is concerned about the city’s shopping areas because of the council’s lack of vision. She says, “I want our high streets and shopping streets to thrive again and to see Fratton with a mix of services and shops that reflect the community”.

Steph is keen to see more women on the city council. Currently there are 32 male

councillors – and just 10 women!  As the candidate for Fratton ward, Steph wants to change that balance.

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