Cauldwell Labour Councillors

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Councillor Sue Oliver

Labour Group Leader

Tel: 01234 303029


Councillor Randolph Charles

Tel: 01234 404015


About Cllr Sue Oliver

First elected in 2002, Sue was Portfolio Holder for Children’s Social Care & Lead Member for Children's Services until she stood down in May 2015 to concentrate on Cauldwell ward. She serves on the General Purposes Committee and on the Audit & Standards Committee.

She and Randolph are always out and about in Cauldwell dealing with residents' issues and seeking improvements to the area.


About Cllr Randolph Charles

Randolph has been a Councillor for Cauldwell Ward since 1999.

He is Chair of the Environment & Sustainable Communities Overview & Scrutiny Committee, and also serves on the Budget Scrutiny Committee.



Located to the South West of Bedford town centre, Cauldwell Ward includes Ampthill Road, Elstow Road and Mile Road and the streets in the surrounding areas. It’s an ethnically diverse area, with a statistically younger population than the rest of Bedford Borough.

Cauldwell Lower School is situated in Edward Road. The former Raleigh Lower School is now a training centre and Family Centre.

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‘The People’s Chancellor’ to bring anti-austerity message to Bedford

For its launch event, the newly formed Momentum Bedford is proud to be bringing the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, John McDonnell MP, to Bedford to headline an impressive list of speakers.

The ‘People’s Chancellor’ will lead what is set to be a lively discussion on Labour’s anti-austerity politics, chaired by respected Luton North MP Kelvin Hopkins and featuring speakers from the fields of economics, the law and trades unions.

Speakers will be:
Ann Pettifor – Director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics
Prof Steve Keen – Head of the School of Economics, History & Politics at Kingston University
Lynne Townley – LLB (Hons), LLM, Barrister-at-Law
Deidre Murphy – NUT Bedford
Lily Bell – Media Co-ordinator, Momentum Bedford

The event will be held on Thursday 26 May 2016 at the Queen’s Park Community Centre in Marlborough Road, Bedford, and doors will open at 18.00hrs. Entry is free to all, but advance registration is essential. Those wishing to attend need to visit: or

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Momentum Bedford is a verified group, located in Bedford and with members from across Bedfordshire. As the successor to the campaign to elect Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party, Momentum is a Labour Party-focused organisation which seeks to strengthen the Labour Party by increasing participation and engagement at local, regional and national levels. Momentum is committed to supporting the Labour Party in winning elections and entering government. It seeks to use its base in the Labour Party to reach out to the majority of people who are not currently in any political party, to spread Labour values and to increase Labour Party membership.

Please feel free to extend this invitation / press release to those of your contacts who may be interested in attending also. This public event will be recorded and the footage put online. People’s Momentum/Momentum Bedford may use the contact details you provide to inform you about this and future events. We will never share your details with anyone else, you can opt out at any time, and we will delete your details at your request.

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