Will Morris selected as Parliamentary Candidate for Wellingborough By-Election

Will Morris has been selected to stand as Green Party candidate for the Wellingborough Parliamentary Constituency in the next election. This will be as the result of the by-election triggered by the recent recall petition in respect of Peter Bone MP.

Will Morris, 55, and his wife have lived in the constituency for 23 years, spending the first ten years in Wellingborough and now living in Bozeat. He works as an insurance underwriter – a job he’s been doing for almost 30 years. He has two children, aged 21 and 17, who were raised and educated in the constituency. Will is a long-time season ticket-holder at Northampton Saints.

Will has been a member of the Green Party for five years and takes an active interest in local politics. He previously stood as Green Party candidate for North Northants Council in Irchester and Rushden South.

He says, “What Wellingborough needs is a representative who knows and cares about local issues, rather than someone concerned with furthering their personal agenda in the national political arena. Local matters will always come first for me.”

Will has served on Bozeat Parish Council for three years. He is the Chair of BEES, its Environment and Ecology Working Group.

Will is proud to have been selected as the Green Party candidate for the Wellingborough constituency and is looking forward to giving residents the opportunity to vote for a fairer, greener, Wellingborough. He hopes to build on the success the party has had in local elections throughout Northamptonshire.  The Green Party already has a strong presence in the county, with three councillors serving on North Northamptonshire Council and holding 15 seats on town and parish councils.

By-Election 2024

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