“Labour isn’t listening and the views of the people of Doncaster need to be represented."
Incredible! The Labour Party STILL has no idea what their position is on Brexit.
But Ed Miliband is clear. He opposes the 72% of Doncaster North constituents he should be representing
Personal Note - "Thank you to the Prince's Trust for changing my life. For this I will always be grateful and I will always support The Prince's Trust and the great things they do!"
Mr Andy Stewart
“Labour isn’t listening and the views of the people of Doncaster need to be represented. Doncaster needs to be outward looking, support local businesses, develop new markets, and generate well paid skilled jobs for people of all ages, something we currently lack.”
A qualified electrician, teacher and youth worker, Andrew is passionate about environmental issues and creating opportunities for young people to build successful futures for themselves in Doncaster.
Following successful careers working in the IT and education sectors, Andrew has run his own Doncaster-based recycling and property renovation business for many years, whilst at the same time giving up his evenings and weekends to support a broad range of youth and community initiatives, which spanned over 17 years. He has previously worked as an adviser for the Prince’s Trust, helping to inspire and nurture the talents of Doncaster’s young people.
Andrew believes that equipping young people with the vital skills needed to thrive in the workplace is vital to building a strong local economy. More recently, Andrew has developed an interest in traditional craft skills, where he is learning the ancient crafts of Dry Stone Walling, Beekeeping and Glass Blowing.
Having lived and worked in Doncaster for most of his life, Andrew is a keen sports enthusiast with interests in athletics, football and rugby and he still makes time to head to the Keepmoat Stadium to cheer on his beloved Doncaster Rovers.
Born: Bentley, Doncaster
College: Doncaster College and University Centre
University: University of Hull