Press Release - General Election 2017: candidates for Broxbourne and Hertford & Stortford

10 May 2017



Broxbourne Green Party and East Herts Green Party are pleased to announce their candidates for the 8 June Parliamentary Elections.  Tabitha Evans will be standing for Broxbourne Parliamentary Constituency and David Woollcombe for Hertford and Stortford Parliamentary Constituency.

Tabitha Evans, Broxbourne

Tabitha Evans

Tabitha Evans lives in Standon and is a scientist. Tabitha has a degree in protection of the environment. She has recently supported the campaign against the proposed waste incinerator in Hoddesdon. Tabitha is clear about the benefits of saving money through energy efficiency.

Tabitha says “I am standing in Broxbourne as a Green Party candidate because I value social justice and caring for our fellow humans, animal and plant lives and the planet we all rely on.  The unrestrained free market drives environmental and social destruction.”


David Woollcombe, Hertford & Stortford

David Woollcombe

David Woollcombe was brought up in Much Hadham and lives in Buntingford.  David is the founder of an international charity that campaigned at the original 1992 Rio Earth summit and subsequent follow-ups and Climate Change COP Summits.  His charity currently campaigns for more effective youth job creation policies to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goal of full youth employment by 2030.

David says “I am standing in this Brexit election to conserve the prosperity, the jobs, the services and the beautiful environment of this constituency where I was born.  All four are threatened by this weakly-opposed Conservative government.

Vote Green to build a stronger, fairer, more peaceful society based on a green economy, no student fees, and planning laws that maintain a clean sustainable environment for our children and grand-children.”


If you have any questions in relation to either candidate, please contact Alex Daar (07828 300741, email