Tel: 07903 963215
Simon Mostyn is a solicitor in the telecoms industry. He has lived locally since 2004 and has built a reputation as an effective campaigner with strong community values, and a track record of volunteering with local and national organisations. His priorities are campaigning for improved facilities in Marshalswick West and tackling anti-social behaviour. Simon is a keen football fan, tennis player, accomplished pianist and represents Hertfordshire in national Bridge tournaments.
Michael Mortimer Jones is a solicitor who has lived in St Albans for 23 years. He lives near Hatfield Road with his wife, daughters and two dogs. He coaches the St Albans’ Cricket Club’s women’s and girls’ cricket teams and has been a church steward and Sunday school teacher. A fresh face in local politics, Michael is a strong advocate for greater social mobility and honest political discourse– and he will work towards a St Albans that provides real equal opportunities. In his spare time he supports Nottingham Forest FC.
Phone: 07743 338195
County councillor for the south of the ward, Helen Campbell has lived in St Albans for 20 years. She is married to Neil and they have two children now both at university. Alongside her council roles, she is self-employed as a journalist and writer, trained as an English teacher and volunteers extensively in the community, particularly with homeless people. She works closely with community groups to safeguard green spaces, and additionally focuses on vulnerable people, road safety and the environment.
Phone: 0300 123 7478
John Hale is county councillor for the north of the ward. He and his family have lived in Marshalswick for over 20 years. He has been a parish councillor since 2007 and is Chair of Sandridge Parish Council. Since 2017 he has been the county councillor for the area. When not acting as a councillor, John is active in the St Albans Quieter Skies campaign and has a keen interest in environmental issues. For relaxation he enjoys gardening in an organic manner.