Redditch Constituency

Julie Allison Redditch Constituency PPC

Candidate - Julie Allison

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Tel: 07429 511415



Julie Allison was born in Lancashire in the North West. Having moved extensively in her role as a Chemical Engineer with a major Chemical company she has lived in Birmingham, Nottingham, France, Switzerland and now finds herself located on the outskirts of Stratford Upon Avon. She speaks French and German.

An avid vote Leave supporter Julie is a firm believer in power of the people and democracy in our Great Nation.

Julie passionately believes that we need to take back control of our Sovereign state, take control of our laws and control of our borders.

We need to fully use the potential opportunities afforded by Brexit in trade to grow our nation, reduce corporation tax and increase our GDP/capita.

Representing Redditch for the Reform UK Party will be a great honour and understanding the grass roots needs to better serve the Redditch constituency will be a major goal of 2024. The New Town that was developed in 1964 to relieve post war overcrowding in Birmingham has yet to live up to its full potential. With a vast array of manufacturing jobs in the Midlands it should be the intention to fully support these industries to help them grow, expand and serve the local community.

 To build on the intended transport links to make Redditch a hub for industry, an attractive place to live and where people’s aspirations are met.

Redditch Constituency Map

Redditch Constituency Map

Redditch Constituency PPC Information

Electorate: 69921


1 Abbey

2 Astwood Bank and Feckenham

3 Batchley & Brockhill

4 Central

5 Church Hill

6 Crabbs Cross

7 Greenlands

8 Headless Cross and Oakenshaw

9 Lodge Park

10 Matchborough

11 West

12 Winyates

13 Dodderhill

14 Droitwich East

15 Harvington & Norton

16 Inkberrow

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