Holyrood 2021

Back our candidates for Holyrood!

In Dunfermline, our candidate is Aude Boubaker-Calder.

In Cowdenbeath, our candidate is Malcolm Wood.

Malcolm grew up in the constituency and now lives nearby with his wife and two young sons, working as a software engineer for a multinational company.  He believes that our top priorities in the new few years must be to recover from the pandemic, to devote more resources to education and opportunities for young people, and to tackle the coming climate crisis. If elected he will devote his time and energy to these issues, and to promoting openness and tolerance in our community. Malcolm Wood with Card

 

In Kirkcaldy, our candidate is Alan Beal.

Alan is an energy consultant and software developer for his own SME. Prior to this he worked as a Housing Consultant and Energy Advisor as well as running the Tayside & Fife Energy Advice Centre.

Inspired by the need to combat global warming, he obtained an Environmental Management degree over 25 years ago, and then set up the Tayside & Fife Energy Advice Centre, followed by working with the fuel poor in Aberdeen, both voluntary organisations. Alan has served on many Boards and committees as a Volunteer, such as the Scottish Solar Energy Group and Edinburgh Street Pastors.

Says Alan “I’m passionate about alleviating the huge level of poverty in Scotland and to properly tackle climate change. Putting recovery first is the best way of achieving this.”

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