Over the past 20 years, Christine Mason has spent time both living and working in Brandon. She has served as Brandon Town Council Clerk and has also represented the town on the former Forest Heath District Council and served on the Suffolk-wide Flood Risk Scrutiny Sub-Committee.
Christine has wide experience working in local government and knows how to develop and deliver projects to benefit the local community. If elected to Suffolk County Council, she is committed to working with Brandon residents to improve the town to make it an even better place to live and work.
She is very aware of the impact the COVID19 pandemic has inflicted on people’s health and well-being, and is determined to campaign for improved access to health and mental health services for residents in Brandon and the surrounding area.
Christine is proud of Suffolk Conservatives’ commitment to tackling climate change, establishing healing woods in memory of those who lost their lives during the pandemic, planting new hedgerows and conserving wildlife habitats.
She wants to see upgraded transport infrastructure to improve connectivity for Brandon residents and backs the campaign for improvements on the A11 at the Five Ways junction.