Rachael Drucquer

Bingley Town Councillor - Crossflatts & Micklethwaite Ward

Town Councillor Rachael Drucquer was elected in 2019 to Bingley Town Council after being a member of the party and Treasurer for a number of years.

Rachael was born and bred in Bradford and has lived in the Bingley area for most of her life. She is incredibly passionate about her hometown and strives to make Bingley a healthy and happy place to live.

A keen historian, Rachael has recently completed a teaching qualification and is looking forward to educating children in our rich and varied past. In a previous life she worked for a number of public bodies, such as the Civil Service, the NHS, and universities.

As a sociable person Rachael spends a lot of her spare time with her family and friends, but when she has some time to herself she can be found running along the canal and taking in the beautiful countryside.”

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Bradford Green Party launches coronavirus recovery plan

6th July 2020 | 0 Comments

Bradford Green Party has unveiled their plan to help ensure Bradford’s recovery following the coronavirus crisis is a green recovery – putting people and our environment at the heart of plans to reinvigorate our local economy. The Green Party coronavirus recovery plan called “A Greener Future for Bradford” is calling for an array of measures […]

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Green Party hit out at announcement that Environment Agency minded to approve Keighley incinerator

10th June 2020 | 0 Comments

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 […]

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Green councillors urge residents to avoid setting bonfires

25th April 2020 | 0 Comments

Two Green Party councillors are urging residents to avoid setting nuisance bonfires in the back yards to burn waste during lock-down. Councils across the country have reported an increase in complaints about nuisance bonfires due to household waste centres being closed. Councillor Martin Love (Shipley) has said: “These are difficult time and I completely understand that many […]

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Green Party MEP visits Bingley to listen to voters about Brexit

18th August 2019 | 0 Comments

Magid Magid, the first Green Party MEP elected to represent the Yorkshire & the Humber region in Brussels travelled to Bradford District at the weekend. The former Lord Mayor of Sheffield visited Bingley on Saturday morning and the focus of his visit was to speak to people about the current political situation and find out […]

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