Councillor Pauline Flannery

Southside/Newington ward

Councillor Pauline Flannery

Southside/Newington ward

Pauline represents the Southside/Newington ward, covering Blackford, Grange, Nether Liberton, Newington, Prestonfield, Sciennes, Southside, St. Leonards and West Mains.

She sits on the Housing, Homelessness and Fair Work Committee and the Licensing Board and is also the Liberal Democrat Group Bailie.

Pauline believes in the long held Liberal Democrat principles of localism, and builds from a ground-up approach; Pauline stands for empowerment and advocacy. She has a long association with Edinburgh going back to student days, has taught at the University of Edinburgh Life-Long Learning Department, and lives in the Ward. Pauline is a self-employed theatre practitioner and teacher, and has worked in the third sector training volunteers for HIV Response Projects. Pauline is a creative thinker, not just in the realm of the Arts, but as a method for understanding different perspectives and promoting unity.

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Southside/Newington October 2020 Update

This is my first blog-newsletter, and one month in, has seen plenty of activity: Social Survey Distribution, Party Conference, Zoom-to-Zooms and a round of photographs!

4 Oct 2020

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