Debbie Price has been a resident of St Mary Cray, and she has lived in Orpington for over 25 years. In this time, she has been a teacher at Hillside Primary School (now Harris Academy) and a local business owner. She is currently running a crafting business as well as a volunteer café manager at a local church.
Having had 4 children all going to schools in the borough including Perry Hall School, as well as being a teacher herself, Debbie has a deep knowledge of the issues for parents and carers in the community.
Debbie has been active regarding the recent Walnuts Shopping Centre plans, believing that this is not the right option to revitalise our town centre for the community.
As an environmentalist, Debbie believes the ‘St Mary Cray Project’ proposal to build 1,000 homes will break Bromley’s commitment to protect the Greenbelt. She is committed to working with the community to transform this area enhancing the natural environment and air quality in the most densely populated area of Orpington.