Dolsie Clarke is an experienced Runnymede Councillor who has served Chertsey residents for 20 years.
She was elected to represent Chertsey St Ann's ward at the May 2022 local elections and her priorities are be to help the homeless and address pockets of deprivation.
Dolsie says, "Over the years I have assisted residents with all manner of difficulties, from barking dogs at 4am, to housing flooding and planning matters. I believe the Council must spend taxpayers' money wisely and avoid waste. This is more important now than ever."
Dolsie was integral in setting up the youth centre at Gogmore Farm Park and will continue to improve the facilities there if re-elected.
She will also promote and support the shops in Chertsey and keep up on the pressure to see the Flood Alleviation Scheme realised.
Chertsey county councillor Mark Nuti said of Dolsie, "She is an integral part of our community, working with schools and the charity centre. I am delighted that Dolise has decided to continue to serve our residents."