Tracey Lindop is our County Council candidate for Stone Urban division. Tracey works for an environmental wildlife charity and was previously a primary school teacher. She lives in Stone.
Tracey runs the litter group Stone and Walton Against Plastic Pollution (SWAPP) and Plastic Free Stone. She is also a co-opted member on the Stone Town Council’s Plastic Committee.
She is passionate about the need to address the Climate Crisis and how the town can benefit from a cleaner and greener environment. She is committed to creating partnerships and seeking the funding and policies to facilitate the change that is urgently needed to the benefit of Stone and it’s residents.
As a resident, Tracey is acutely aware of the issues facing Stone and the need to support our businesses, communities and individuals in a post Covid environment. The pandemic has shown the value of community networks, the NHS, schools, local businesses, emergency services, public sector services and local green space. As a County Councillor she would work hard to secure the very best for Stone.
“I play an active part in the local community and would seek to build on the wonderful community spirit that already exists. As a Councillor I will listen, act and reply to concerns, working with the community for the community.”