Dee Simson

Woodingdean

Lynda is currently the Mayor of Brighton & Hove. 

Dee Simson sits on the Neighbourhoods Communities & Equalities Committee and the Licensing Committee. 

Dee became a Councillor because she wanted to improve the lives of residents both locally and citywide by helping them sort through problems and giving them access to good services. She also wanted to improve the provision of youth services for our young people, both in her ward and citywide. Ensuring that our city’s children have the opportunity of a good education is also very important to her.

Her proudest achievement as a councillor is saving our local youth centre from closure and despite many knockbacks rebuilding a facility that won the Queens Award for Voluntary Service – the first one in the City.

Before Dee became a councillor she was a market trader – which she still is. She was also a school Governor and sat on many local committees.

Outside of her role as a councillor, she enjoy spending time with her (ever expanding) family, and fundraising.

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See Also

Lynda Hyde

Rottingdean Coastal
Lynda Hyde has served Rottingdean Coastal for many years as a local councillor. Lynda is very active in the ward and enjoys taking up problems on behalf of ward members. Lynda can often be spotted around the ward with her dog, and they both keep fit working on behalf of residents.

Mary Mears

Rottingdean Coastal
Mary Mears has been a local councillor for both Brighton & Hove City Council and its predecessor. She has served as Council Leader from 2008 to 2011. She has brought a 'value for money' approach to the city council and believes that every pound raised by local tax payers should be spent wisely. Mary holds regular councillor surgeries in the ward, working hard on behalf of local people.Mary has her own blog, which you can find here... marymears.wordpress.com

Steve Bell

Woodingdean 

steve.bell@brighton-hove.gov.uk

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Steve Bell sits on the Policy Resource & Growth, Housing & New Homes, Licensing, Housing Management Panel East area and Corporate Parenting Board Committees.