- Dave CarneyTREASURER
Dave was born in Birmingham but has lived in Worcester for 15 years, he has two sons. He is a qualified Accountant and a former member of the Territorial Army.
"Why did Dave join UKIP? " I was fed up with all the failed policies and promises of previous Governments and so decided to associate myself with a party that had decent and positive policies"
- Jackie BrooksBRANCH SECRETARYJackie was brought up in Worcester and works as a receptionist for a local small business
- Paul HicklingBRANCH SECRETARY
Paul currently works in corporate administration and recently qualified as a Health & Safety officer, having previously worked investment banking overseas.
I joined UKIP after many years of watching our political establishment sign away our sovereign democratic rights to unelected bureaucrats in Brussels, when it wasn't theirs to give away in the first place, and doing all of this without the consent of the British people. I campaigned for the referendum and was a leave EU coordinator.
- Jon BarrasCOMMITTEE MEMBER
I’m Jon Barras, father of two, husband and full time carer to my wife. After being a long time armchair critic of local political issues affecting people in Worcester, I decided it was time to try and give something back to my local community and get involved in politics. UKIP was a natural fit for me.
- Owen ClearyBRANCH CHAIRMAN COUNTY CHAIRMAN
Owen lives in Worcester and works in the Financial Services Industry.
“Why did Owen join UKIP? ” I joined UKIP after a decade of a lack of interest in politics. For too long, Westminster has been disconnected to the man-in-the-street; the contempt for the electorate is endemic and staggering. UKIP is real persons, with real jobs, real lives and real agendas; not right or left, just common sense”
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