Tom Bunsundy O'Bryan

Tom Bonsundy O'Bryan

Tom Bonsundy-O’Bryan lives in Old Woking with his young family and cares deeply about his community. He wants to ensure Woking remains a place we’re all proud to call home for generations to come. 

Tom will work hard to create opportunities for everyone - especially young people - while getting our finances under control, after the significant debt left by the previous Conservative administration.

Tom knows how to get things done in government. He has negotiated deals to deliver jobs and security for Britain as a civil servant. He is now an experienced business leader and will harness innovation and management skills to deliver for our community on the council.

Tom understands that values matter. Politicians have set a really poor example to our kids in recent years. He’ll promote courage, kindness, and respect as your councillor. Tom has lived these values throughout his life, his career, and his volunteer work in the community.

He is delighted to stand as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Hoe Valley in this May’s local elections and to join the existing talented Lib Dem team. A vote for Tom will help to ensure residents of Hoe Valley elect an experienced and active local champion, who will listen to residents and work hard for them all year round."

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