I’m 18 years old and have lived in Portsmouth my whole life. I spent my first 16 years living in Buckland and moved to Eastney on the 28th April 2018.
In my early years I went to flying bull primary school. Priory school was my secondary school and then went onto Portsmouth college. My time there was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic which meant I could not complete the final 4 months there. I currently attend Portsmouth university studying business management and entrepreneurship. I’ve had to do a majority of work online due to the pandemic.
My first job was at a restaurant called Crotxons where I did things from serving drinks, washing dishes and helped at as a chief. I left in December in order to take a job delivering leaflets for Portsmouth flyers. Iv been called by a lot of my friends a delboy since I engage in a lot of money-making ventures which range from getting leaflets from companies other than Portsmouth flyers and getting other people do deliver them while making a cut in the middle. I also sell electronics regularly online and breed fish and sell to the fish shop as a way of making extra cash.
I joined the conservative party on October 7th, 2019. I wanted to join because I held conservative values, supported Brexit despite not being able to vote during the referendum, wanted to play a part in politics and thinking there could be a general election soon wanted to do what I could to help the party and keep Corbyn out of number 10 doing street. I am looking forward to being a conservative candidate in the local elections. Running in an election is something I have never done before and I’m happy that the conservative party has chosen me. I currently hold the position of deputy and treasure for the young Portsmouth conservatives.
My hobbies include reading, watching documentaries, going for long walks, helping out the party and working on new money-making ventures.