Dick Wolff, re-elected as Green Party councillor for St. Mary's

Dick Wolff, re-elected as Green Party councillor for St. Mary's

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Dick has lived in Oxford for more than 25 years. He has worked as a miner, youth worker, and latterly as a minister for the United Reformed Church for 17 years in East Oxford, before retiring earlier this year. He is an accomplished musician who can often be found performing in local pubs and clubs, including regular sessions at the James Street Tavern.

Dick currently divides his time between his work as a councillor, making music, and volunteering for Asylum Welcome, the East Oxford charity that supports refugees and asylum seekers.

A former Labour activist, he became a Green Party councillor for St Mary's ward in 2010 and was re-elected in 2014. He takes a strong interest in planning and transport issues, particularly cycling, and has been campaigning recently to improve air quality in the city.

"For more than a decade, Oxford's Green Councillors have been setting the environmental and social agenda in the city," he says. "We have had many successes, but on-going pressure is needed to maintain the momentum and continue to hold the Labour-run city council to account."

Dick's main priorities are:

  • Ending the homelessness crisis
  • Introducing fairer rents
  • Tackling air pollution
  • Saving local community facilities
  • Protecting the environment
  • Challenging Brexit
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“I would be honoured to be elected as your representative to serve and hold the City Council to account”

 

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