Ann Holtom was born and brought up in Erdington and Pype Hayes. Ann has campaigned and fought to improve the area all her political life and was a local Councillor for ten years up to 2012 for Tyburn Ward. Ann has built up a firm reputation as an honest and committed campaigner actively campaigning on many issues such as the re-opening of the local railway station that would bring a much needed railway link between Castle Vale, The Fort and the City Centre which could create potential employment opportunities.
As an experienced campaigner she has also petitioned on road safety issues and has fought to save local swimming pools from closure. Ann stands on her record of community action.
As a Governor for the local Primary School Ann is also committed to education issues and opposing the current Government's unfair cuts to school funding.
Ann also has a passion for housing and community issues having achieved her BA Hons degree in Housing and Community studies at Birmingham City University. Ann has welcomed the Liberal Democrat announcement that they are committed to ending the scandal of rough sleepers and vacant housing.
Ann remains a strong local champion for Erdington residents and will make their voice heard at Westminster. Ann says "Erdington deserves better and that is why I am pleased to have been selected again to stand as candidate".
If you have concerns that Ann can help you with in her role as a local campaigner in Erdington and Pype Hayes please do not hesitate to contact her on 0121 384 4548, 07956 964 599 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org