Cllr Rosie Smith

Cllr Rosie Smith

I was first elected onto Dronfield Town Council in 2011, after standing for election and co-option to the Council in 2009 and 2010.

"I am a representative of the Council on Dronfield Henry Fanshawe Foundation Governors and previously sat on Dronfield and District Joint Burial Committee and the Thomas Taylor Charity."

I have been active in politics for 10 years. I am pleased to represent the people of Dronfield North and will work hard for my local community. I stood for election because I feel it is not enough to just complain about things you think are wrong. People need to take responsibility and act to make the changes they want to see in society. I grew up in Dronfield and continued to live here throughout my degree and masters degree in politics at the University of Sheffield. I am still here now that I am working in Sheffield because it is such a safe and friendly place to live. I am a member of the Labour party because I believe we should stand up for working people and protect the most vulnerable in society.

I think the people of Dronfield should get good services for their council tax. Therefore, I will campaign for an improved bus service in Dronfield North to provide better links with the civic centre. I am also interested in housing, particularly in the availability of good quality social housing and affordable private housing to allow families and young people to continue to live in Dronfield.

In the current civic year I am a member of the Personnel Advisory Committee and the Thomas Taylor Charity.

39 Drury Lane
Coal Aston S18 3AP
01246 419944