Alister is recent graduate from the University of Kent and Outreach Tutor supporting academy school children across Kent.
Locally Alister was a volunteer with St Johns Ambulance in Canterbury and volunteered delivering food parcels and medicine to vulnerable people who were isolating during the pandemic.
He was elected to Kent County Council in 2021 to represent Canterbury City North.
Alister sits on the Children’s, Young People and Education Committee, the Governance and Audit Committee and Policy and Resources Committee at Kent County Council.
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Statement on behalf of Kent Labour and all Kent Labour County Councillors.
Conservative Led Kent County Council have announced that the Conservative Government (department of Education) have removed the guidance from Local
Kent County Council has announced today that it it, once again, is seeking to forgo its statutory Duty of Care