Shipley Ward councillor
Councillor Kevin Warnes has been a Green campaigner since the late 1980s and a local councillor since 2004.
He has lived in Shipley since moving here with his family over 20 years ago.
Kevin has served on a range of Council committees during his time as a councillor, including more than decade as a member and chair of the Environment Committee. He currently sits on the Shipley Area Committee.
When he is not busy with community politics, Kevin teaches Politics, History and Criminology at a sixth form college in Leeds where he has worked for the past 20 years.
He also enjoys reading, running and cycling, and likes to combine beer with chess whenever he finds the time.
Latest news about Kevin
Shipley’s Green Party councillors call for Bradford Council to use the ‘Blight Site Fund’ to take control of the derelict Hirst Wood Garden Centre in Saltaire following the refusal of the latest planning application for three houses. Shipley Ward Green Party councillors have welcomed this week’s planning decision to refuse consent for new housing on […]
Bradford District Green Party councillors and campaigners have spoken out following the announcement by the Environment Agency that it is ‘minded to issue’ a permit for controversial Keighley waste incinerator. The Green Party has opposed the construction of an incinerator near Marley Playing Fields since plans first emerged (1). Martin Love, leader of the Green […]
Shipley Ward’s Green Party councillors are asking residents to not leave donations outside charity shops in Shipley. Councillors Kevin Warnes and Martin Love have asked residents to stop leaving “donations” outside charity shops in Shipley. Many charity shops have remained closed despite some lock-down restrictions being lifted and currently most are not accepting new donations. […]