Chase Independents Chairman and Councillor for Heath Hayes Parish Council

Former Labour Parliamentary Candidate.

Cllr Paul Dadge

 

Working with volunteers to respond to the coronavirus pandemic it’s become clear that the level of engagement, energy and volunteering within our district by residents has been and continues to be huge. Our vision will be built around consultation with our community and that starts now with the ability for them to let us know what they want to see, feeding back via phone or our website. 

Always someone ready to speak up for residents, Paul has been actively involved in working to improve the lives of Cannock Chase residents for several years. Standing as parliamentary candidate for Labour in 2017, his aim was to take the voice of Cannock Chase residents to Westminster. As a former Community First Responder he campaigned to have lifesaving defibrillators installed across Cannock Chase. He organised ‘Christmas Comes to Cannock’ in Cannock Town Centre in 2018 and last year, he founded Chase line Action Group, set up to improve local rail services. In early 2020, he has been kept busy volunteering to support our vulnerable residents.

Paul grew up in Norton Canes and runs his IT business from his office space there. He devotes his spare time to enjoying bike rides and fun runs with his two young children.