Maxine Sadza – Labour’s Candidate for Milton ward
I am a Biomedical Scientist by profession and moved to Southend in 2011 to work in the Pathology Department at Southend University Hospital. I have two grown up sons, who also came to live in Southend. I grew up and went to school in Finchley, North London. I first visited Essex on a holiday to Canvey Island with neighbours at the age of 5 and made a day trip to Southend-on-Sea with them.
I have always taken a keen interest in helping out in the community. I am currently a member and Trustee of Kings Church, Southend, and have helped at the church’s Qube Youth club, set up at Blenheim Primary School since 2014. I am also a member of CAST, which is an organisation set up to help refugees, and am part of Save Our NHS Southend, Fossets for the People and Acorn Southend.
I am standing for council because I would like to see people’s lives changed for the better in Southend by listening to the concerns and requests of residents, and to be a force for change. People across Britain have been adversely affected firstly by the impact of austerity and secondly, in the last two years, by the Coronavirus pandemic.
People also feel that they have no say over their lives. Many Milton residents are very concerned about the amount of littering and fly tipping that takes place in the ward. I have been impressed with the strides that have been made by the Labour-led coalition and our hardworking Milton Labour Councillors Cheryl Nevin, Kay Mitchell and Stephen George.
Tel: 07856 069918
Post: Maxine Sadza, Blenheim Park Labour, 268 Sutton Road, Southend-on-Sea SS2 5ET