Cllr Hannah Perkin - Demanding Better for Faversham
Hannah is an active campaigner, particularly on environmental issues, public health, women's issues and family related issues. She has called for improvements to facilaties for people with disabilaties, and has recently worked with the Keep Kent Breastfeeding group on their campaign against cuts to breast feeding support by KCC. Never one to shy away from controversial debates, Hannah has spoken at Lib Dem party conference on topics including Abortion rights.
Living and Working locally
Hannah lives in town with her husband and 2 children, who attend a local primary school. Hannah, originally from the west country has been a Faversham resident since 2010.
Hannah runs her own Vegan catering business, having worked in the hospitality industry in town for several years. Hannah was previously a Breastfeeding peer support co-ordinator. In her spare time Hannah volunteers at a nearby animal sanctuary & has previously volunteered at local children’s centres.
Hannah balances her time between running her own business, raising a family and campaigning.
Hannah has a degree in Archaeology & is a member of Amnesty International.
Why is Hannah a Liberal Democrats Campaigner?
“Faversham is a great place to work, live and raise a family, but I believe better is possible”
Cllr Hannah Perkin was elected to Faversham Town Council and Swale Borough Council in May 2019. Hannah is the Deputy Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing at Swale Borough Council where she is also the Liberal Democrat Deputy Group Leader.