Sarah Shreeve is standing for election in Central Southsea Ward.
Sarah helped found and is leading the Stop The Sewage campaign to get Southern Water to cease raw sewage discharges.
A teacher who lives locally, Sarah has taught in the city for many years and now works in initial teacher training.
Sarah has a long track record of helping local communities and has joined popular local councillor Suzy Horton to fight for our area.
She is a committed environmentalist and is passionate about recycling and green initiatives. She is also a keen sea swimmer.
As well as setting up Stop the Sewage, Sarah is a keen cyclist, volunteers at Repair Cafe, attends beach cleans and has spoken about plastic pollution at both full council and the University's Sea Bin, See Change event.
A Record of Action…and a Promise of More!
Sarah has been working with Councillor Suzy Horton to tackle fly tipping.
Sarah worked with Suzy to stop the unsightly phone mast on Devonshire Avenue.
Sarah helped set up a brand new service for young families at Portsmouth Cathedral.
Sarah and the Lib Dem team in Portsmouth are working hard to improve our recycling rates and expand the range of items collected.
Sarah believes everyone deserves a decent place to live and works with Suzy to fight lazy and absentee landlords who do not look after their tenants.
Sarah and Suzy back plans for a new pool in the south east of the city. Their recent survey of local residents showed massive support for the project.
Please, elect Sarah Shreeve on 5th May.
She has the experience to be a strong passionate voice for our community and to get the best deal for our area, by being at the heart of decision-making in the city as part of the Lib Dem team leading Portsmouth.