Diane Moles is a Liberal Democrat Councillor for Wigmore Ward and is standing for re-election in the local elections this May.
Diane has lived in Stopsley all her life and was educated at St Thomas’ Secondary Modern School (as it was known then).
When Diane retired from Work at Putteridge High School Adult Education Department she felt she wanted to give something back to the Community in which she had grown up and the Liberal Democrats were the only party that were actually working hard with the Community. A place became available for her to stand in 2011 in Wigmore after working with the party for some time and was elected as a Wigmore Councillor.
Diane has worked hard with the Wigmore residents to resolve issues. For the past 10 years she has opposed development on our precious Green Open Space i.e. East of Luton Housing, Airport Expansion onto Wigmore Valley Country Park and more recently Wandon Recreation Park.
She has always been kind and understanding of people’s needs and helped where possible to resolve issues of concern.
Diane sits on the Overview and Scrutiny Board, Scrutiny Children’s Services Review Group, Scrutiny Health and Social Care Review Group, Standards Committee, Young Peoples Panel and Air Motoring Task and Finish Group.