Becca works at Five Acre Community Farm near Ryton, is Midlands coordinator for rural trade union the Land Workers Alliance, and takes part in the National Citizen’s Service.
Twelve years ago Becca trained to grow organic vegetables as part of the first group of students studying with the Soil Association apprenticeship scheme, and for the last five years she has been the head grower at Five Acre. Becca enjoys cooking and preserving the food she grows.
A vote for Becca is a vote for urgent action on climate chaos, a vote for a fairer Britain and a call for a final say on Europe with a People’s Vote. Crucially it is a vote for protecting the NHS as the cornerstone of a health service free at the point of need, funded by all of us.
I want to put another Green voice into parliament. There are lots of problems facing the people of Rugby locally, the country and the world that aren’t getting the attention that they deserve in the shadow of Brexit.
Rugby Green Party Co-coordinator Lesley Summers added:
Becca has an honest and pragmatic insight into the opportunities and problems we face in the town of Rugby.