Why I got involved in politics

I joined Labour 3 years ago and I believe in the inclusion and to help build a community that is socially, cultured, and economically cohesive, where people feel valued and their differences respected.

My background

I am a married man of 13 years and a father to 3 children. For the past 7 years i have been heavily involved in serveral community groups/committees in the Courtown/Riverchapel area. with completed projects such as the playground, Social community Hub building and now in the process of acquiring a phased community centre. 

I also volunteer closely and work with the integration of the Direct Provision and Ukrainian refugees in various community events.

Clubs and Committees

Chairperson: Riverchapel community complex.

Chairperson Courtown BMX club.

Vice Chairperson of Wexford Labour Constituency.

Member of the Courtown/Riverchapel Policing forum.

Courtown Tidy Towns and Courtown and Riverchapel service steering group.

The Social hub, this has been a welcoming addition to the community in supporting the HSE public nurse, Tusla child and family support, Barnardos and Gorey Youth needs as there was no facilities to cater for them in the area.