Kevin Warnes

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.

Contact Kevin

Tel: 07582 101459

Email: kevin.warnes@bradford.gov.uk

Twitter: @kevinwarnes

Latest news about Kevin

British Airways decision to scrap flights must mean end of expansion plans for Leeds Bradford Airport

28th May 2020 | 0 Comments

Green Party councillor Kevin Warnes has called for plans to expand Leeds Bradford Airport to be scrapped following the decision by British Airways to stop flights to Heathrow. This decision by the UKs largest airline, follows on from news that Ryanair had not featured Leeds Bradford on its Summer 2021 timetable. Councillor Warnes, (Shipley) has […]

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Green councillors ask Bradford Council to only open schools when safe

18th May 2020 | 0 Comments

Bradford’s Green Party councillors have called on Bradford Council to follow the lead of other leading councils and pledge to only open schools when infection rates have dropped to safer levels. Last week, both Liverpool City Council and Hartlepool Borough Council released statements to say that, despite the government announcements that schools will start reopening […]

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Bradford Green councillors demand urgent council funding to prevent “financial failure”.

17th April 2020 | 0 Comments

Bradford’s Green Party councillors have joined Green councillors from across the country by signing an open letter to Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick demanding emergency and longer-term funding to enable local authorities to continue to support communities during the coronavirus crisis. This comes as at the same time as a warning by the Local Government Association […]

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