As someone who has lived in St Albans for most of his life, and who raised his children in the city, Kerry knows our community and has worked for many years with local people to improve our environment. No other candidate knows St Albans better or has a longer record of supporting local communities.


kerry_granddaughterKerry’s three-year-old granddaughter Sophia (pictured left with Kerry) was proud to show him Wainscott Nursery’s new Woodland classroom which he opened it at the Harpenden Road, St Albans school.

The day nursery has an Outstanding Ofsted rating and Kerry said: “I first opened Wainscott at its current premises 15 years ago. I was delighted to return to open this new class which adds to both the outdoor and indoor learning space for the children.”



Kerry Pollard with Hilary Benn at a recent Labour Housing Group Policy Event held in Manchester – Kerry is Chair of national Labour Housing Group.





St Albans residents voiced their concerns to Kerry Pollard at our recent Street Stall.

Local people are worried about the state of the NHS, waiting lists are growing and satisfaction with the quality of services are falling.

Labour created the NHS and only Labour will fight to protect the right of the highest quality healthcare, free at the point of delivery and available to all.




enter_shikariENTER SHIKARI

Enter Shikari – our own St Albans rock phenomenon – are backing Kerry Pollard. The band take time out from promoting their highly succesful new album to give their time to a local scheme (Number 7 Music Academy) helping youngsters to realise their musical potential. In the picture are Rob Rolfe and Chris Batten with Kerry. Kerry said “I have known Rou Reynolds since he started at Verulam School, never anticipating how his career would develop.”





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