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Bitterne Park

Ward Spokesperson

Carol Lloyd

Carol Lloyd

Carol lives in Itchen.

Her principal interests are in the quality of Social Care, especially for the elderly, individual rights, racial equality and tolerance, reform of the justice system, and a compassionate approach to refugees.

As a councillor she would be keen to promote local jobs through tourism, road safety and the provision of affordable housing.

Contact: bitterne.park@sotonld.org.uk


Robbie Robinson

Robbie RobinsonRobbie lives in Bitterne Park and is the founder editor of Bitterne Park Focus.

Arnold Edwin 'Robbie' Robinson is a retired electronics engineer and HGV lorry driver. Robbie is currently chair of Southampton's Pensioners' Forum and is an active member of a number of community groups, like the Slink steering group and the NHS's public patients input group.

Robbie's main aim is to improve the facilities provided for young people in the area. Having campaigned for years for a better Community Centre in Townhill Park he now wants the Council to encourage better use of the Centre.

He is an active campaigner on local issues and has a special interest in the welfare of older people.

Bitterne Park Focus

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Ward Information

Bitterne Park ward covers the areas of Bitterne Park, Bitterne Manor and parts of Bitterne and Townhill Park. It has a population of around 13,500 and neighbouring wards are Portswood, Swaythling, Harefield and Peartree.

Bitterne Park is bounded by the River Itchen and it is possible to walk along it from Cobden Bridge to Mansbridge. There are many parks, open spaces and play areas such as Riverside Park, Bitterne Manor, Deep Dene, Ozier Road, Meggeson Avenue and Woodmill.

There is a district shopping area with a variety of national and independent shops.



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