GE2024 candidates

Meet the Green Party’s UK Parliamentary General Election candidates for Greenwich and Bexley.

Greenwich and Woolwich – Stacy Smith

Stacy Smith is co-coordinator of Greenwich and Bexley Green Party and CEO of Her Centre, a woman’s refuge which works to help women get free from abusive people and situations.

Originally from the United States, Stacy has lived and worked in Greenwich for over 20 years.

She previously ran for election for Greenwich Council for East Greenwich ward, coming within 57 votes of being the first ever Green councillor in our area.

Stacy is standing in Greenwich and Woolwich constituency.

Bexleyheath and Crayford – George Edgar

George Edgar is co-coordinator of Greenwich and Bexley Green Party and a retired Ambassador for the Foreign Office. He has lived in South East London since 1995.

George’s civil service career included long service in foreign affairs and development assistance that took him to Africa, Asia and Central and Eastern Europe.

George was previously a Green Party candidate in the 2022 local elections.

George engages regularly with the local Council to push for a better performance on housing, environment and other issues.

He is standing for Parliament because he wants to be part of the Green Party’s efforts to change the policy agenda of the country and to make a positive difference for residents within our area.

George is standing in Bexleyheath and Crayford constituency.

Erith and Thamesmead – Sarah Barry

Sarah Barry has lived in the Erith and Thamesmead constituency and taught in local secondary schools for 25 years.

She is an active member of the Greenwich and Bexley Green Party and is involved in many aspects of community life, including service as a volunteer for local Cub, Scout and Guides groups, as well as conservation groups and mental health charities.

Sarah is standing for the Green Party because she is committed to contributing towards a fairer and more sustainable future.

Sarah is standing in Erith and Thamesmead constituency.

Eltham and Chislehurst – Samson Gabriel

Samson Gabriel is a dedicated local activist who has lived in the Eltham constituency for over 20 years. He is deeply committed to the wellbeing and progress of his community and has actively participated in numerous community projects over the years.

Samson is on the board of 3PN, a charitable organisation that promotes social mobility by creating opportunities for social and career development.

He is also a seasoned professional with over a decade of experience in the telecoms industry.
His campaign aims to address key issues such as restoring public services like the NHS and utilities to public control, improving local infrastructure, investing in education, fostering economic growth, protection of our green spaces and ensuring access to affordable housing.

A devoted family man, Sam is raising his daughters in the community he loves.

Old Bexley and Sidcup – Brad Davies

Brad Davies is a passionate social and climate justice advocate who believes in a world where everyone should be treated fairly and has the right to live a happy and fulfilling life.

He’s worked in banking for the last 10 years and now works as a product manager. He didn’t go to a university and worked his way up through the ranks, which taught him university isn’t the only the path needed and this should be advocated more.

His personal life includes heavy metal music festivals, veganism, charity work and spending quality time with his partner.

Brad is also involved in charity work by driving delivery vans around London which diverts unsold supermarket leftovers from landfill.

Brad is standing in Old Bexley and Sidcup constituency.

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