Heaton Ward & Shipley Ward Community campaigner
Celia lives in the Redburns - part Shipley, part Heaton - with her husband, Carlo. They have lived and worked in the district for nearly 30 years.
Celia has stood in many local elections and has been a prospective Parliamentary Candidate in the 2015, 2017 and 2019 General Elections.
Celia is a Humanist Celebrant and a charity worker, supporting many local charities in their fundraising as a volunteer.
She is President of Bradford Rowing Club and enjoys the sport and the beautiful Aire Valley scenery, as well as dancing, singing and
Celia is passionate about green spaces and the benefits they bring to health, wellbeing, air quality and wildlife.
Latest news about Celia
A Green Party campaigner has called on the trustees of a local charity to reopen public woodland to allow people to continue their daily exercise. Heaton Woods Trust have today closed off access to their land following barbecues and other social gatherings despite Government guidelines. Local Green Party activist, Celia Hickson, a resident who regularly […]
Bradford Green Party’s candidates have welcomed a general election with a pledge that only the Green Party will give power back to the people with a People’s vote and deliver the radical action we need to tackle the climate crisis. Celia Hickson, the Green Party candidate for Shipley has said “Brexit has crippled our country […]
Bradford District Green Party has announced its candidates for the next general election for three constituencies across Bradford District. Celia Hickson has been selected to represent the Green Party in the next general election for the Shipley constituency. Celia has lived and worked in Shipley and Bradford for over twenty-five years and is well known in […]
The 2019 local elections has been the best ever result for the Green Party with a year of big breakthroughs across the city. Councillor Kevin Warnes was re-elected in Shipley ward with an astounding 55% of the vote after an amazing and positive campaign in the town. Kevin said: “This is my fifth time running for the […]
On the 12th August this year, the Green Party will be welcoming the first year in over a decade that grouse shooting has not taken place on Ilkley Moor. Earlier this year, Bradford Council made the decision not to renew the licence after a prolonged campaign by environmental campaigners and Green Party councillors. The Glorious […]
New analysis by the Green Party reveals that by next year England could be burning more rubbish in incinerators than it recycles. A report compiled by Baroness Jenny Jones revealed that in 2016-17 about 4m tonnes were landfilled, about 10m incinerated and just over 11m recycled or composted. The report uses current trends to predict that between April […]