Local Election Candidate for Navan

Amy is a teacher living in Navan, Co Meath with her husband and daughter. She is passionate about fairness and building a society that promotes equality of opportunity.

With first-hand experience of emigrating and returning to Ireland, negotiating trying to buy a house whilst paying sky-high rents, dealing with access to childcare, and enduring medical waiting lists, she has a clear vision of what needs to be done to deliver a higher standard of living in County Meath.

Amy has a degree in English and Spanish and a degree in Psychology. Other qualifications include a PGCE in education and a diploma in Journalism.

Amy believes playgrounds and community centres are quality of life issues.  Amy’s campaign is centred around listening to the people who live in Navan in order to fully understand what Meath County Council need to prioritise in order to ensure everyone is heard, seen and represented in their communities.

Bíonn Amy ag éisteacht leat chun feidhmiú ar do shon
Amy is listening to you to work effectively for you

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Out again meeting the good people in Navan. Lots more people ready for change in Irish politics. We even picked up a new volunteer. Feels so great to be part of the change people are ready for. #LE19 #Navan ... See MoreSee Less

Out again meeting the good people in Navan. Lots more people ready for change in Irish politics. We even picked up a new volunteer. Feels so great to be part of the change people are ready for. #LE19 #Navan

Out tonight meeting the good people in The Priory in Johnstown. Letting people know what we stand for #LE19 #Navan ... See MoreSee Less

Out tonight meeting the good people in The Priory in Johnstown. Letting people know what we stand for #LE19 #Navan

This week I am posting about antisocial behaviour, and how it fits into my priorities in my campaign for #LE19 in Navan.

Too often we hear public representatives talking about how we need tougher laws, zero tolerance and other dogmatic solutions. The problem I have with these solutions is there is nothing to prevent the behaviour. The "solution" waits for people or property to be harmed, then adds more harm to the perpertrators and does't address the underlying issue.

This video from the Early Intervention Foundations gives a brief overview, but I will talk later in the week about real cost savings that can be achieved by this.youtube.com
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I'm 100% behind you on this one

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So much packaging is not recyclable, not just products from @lidl_ireland, but I really hope this is something that can be improved by every company that makes crisps. I hate throwing the packets in the waste bin.

Really enthused.We have been canvassing in Navan for months and keep meeting people who are eager for change. The time is now.

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