Bletchley Labour Party are pleased to announce that Wajeeha Sharjeel Khan has joined Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Town Council.
A linguist by profession, Wajeeha will represent the Fenny Stratford ward. She was co-opted onto the Town Council on Tuesday 1 August.
Fenny Stratford is a historic part of Bletchley with its roots in Roman Britain, sitting on Watling Street. It is home to a diverse community of Italian, Irish and Bangladeshi families.
Wajeeha said, “I am really pleased to join Bletchley and Fenny Town Council. I aim to represent all the residents of Fenny Stratford. I want to work with other town councillors to provide strong and effective leadership that listens more to the needs of the community. Bletchley and Fenny Stratford is already a great place to live, and I am looking forward to working with the community to make it an even better place to live and work.”
She added, “Fenny Stratford is a historic area and has always been a very diverse community. I want to work with residents to address local concerns such as parking, the housing issues in roads like Church Street and Napier Street, and the traffic problems of Western Road. ”
She concluded, “I also want to help the residents of the new housing areas off Princess Way, behind the leisure centre, to become part of the Bletchley and Fenny Stratford community.”
Bletchley Labour Party believes Wajeeha will be a great addition to the local Labour team of over 30 parish, town and Milton Keynes councillors representing Bletchley.
Contact: Wajeeha Sharjeel Khan at Labour Hall: 01908 314974