Jeremy Hagon

Campaigning for a #BetterStanway, helping create opportunities for growth, supporting direct investment in education and job creation.

Getting the job done, working as part of a team, to be a real local community champion to help bring out the best in Stanway. Being a member of the two distinctly fantastic teams helps me achieve these goals and creates opportunities to expand on new initiatives, benefiting local residents.



Jeremy Hagon


What truly matters is those who choose to serve and devote their time to public service are the type of people to get out there, work as a team and get the job done, putting the concerns of residents first.

These values are hugely important to me.

A joint effort campaign to increase accessibility of public access defibrillators across Stanway has seen the number of devices now reach more than five in less than twelve months.


A solution is desperately needed for the ongoing flood problems in Winstree Road and Chapel Road, near local primary schools in Stanway Colchester.


An increase in much needed school places in Stanway has the unfortunate consequence of increased traffic during peak periods. I am working with partners to make our roads safer for our children.

Latest from Twitter
It appears #Colchester Council may have spent £4million on waste collection vehicles that are potentially not fit for purpose. And what did the @LD4Colchester Portfolio Holder say: “It is an utter waste of my time and of officers’ time to suggest this.”
RT @JamesCleverly: The former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police saying he is going to #BackBoris, he was London’s top cop when @Boris…
#Colchester We should look at solutions to afford vehicle sharers secure ‘meet&park places’ (bikes and cars) working to keep residential streets clearer and helping to encourage a reduction of traffic on our already overcrowded road network. 🚙🚲