Author Archives: Kay Wesley

About Kay Wesley

Congleton Town Councillor for the Women's Equality Party. CEO of Kanga Health Ltd - practical digital transformation of healthcare.

July-August 2020

Here is an update on what I’ve been doing in the last two months since my previous blog. Our response to COVID-19 continues and, with everyone getting used to virtual working, I have been working with colleagues to move forward on … Continue reading

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May-June 2020

Here is an update on what I’ve been doing in the last two months since my previous blog. Our response to COVID-19 continues and as Chair of the Community & Environment Committee, I am on the COVID-19 Congleton Community Leaders’ group. … Continue reading

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March-April 2020

Here is an update on what I’ve been doing in the last two months since my previous blog. Of course, during that time, everything has changed. COVID-19 has come to the UK, and to Congleton. The ‘lockdown’ has happened. Friends, relatives … Continue reading

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January-February 2020

Here is an update on what I’ve been doing in the last two months since my previous blog. It has been a busy couple of months. Overall, my meeting attendance for the two months has been 93% for all meetings and … Continue reading

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November-December 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, it has given me a chance to reflect a bit on what I have done since the election in May. I have been involved in some important initiatives, but there is a lot to … Continue reading

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September-October 2019

Here is an update on what I’ve been doing in the last two months since my previous blog. Tell me what you think If you want to chat to me about what we are doing in the Council, I’m having an informal … Continue reading

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May-August 2019

I became a Congleton Town Councillor in May 2019 and thought it might be helpful in the interests of transparency and accountability to let you know what I’ve been doing as a Councillor, and indeed how we work. Before I … Continue reading

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