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Name: Neville Watson
Candidate for: Tottenham
Party: Independent People Together
Neville Watson, is an independent candidate.
He is married with three children and has spent the last 25 years living in Tottenham.
Neville does not have a history of involvement with any of the other major parties.
Director of Sales and Communciations training company, Neville has a background in football management and was appointed Haringey Borough Football Club manager in 1989- 1992.
Neville currently leads a voluntary coaching and mentoring practice for men in prisons and psychiatric wards.
He also established a youth structure that housed 9 youth teams and is still active today.
Neville also founded the first Independent Soccer Clinic in 1990, and he is a regular contributor to the BBC on community and social issues.
Promote greater understantding amongst Tottenham's multicultural community.
As a direct descendent of Jamaican migrants he has had Neville has experienced firsthand the difficulties and struggles faced by Afro-Caribbean’s in their quest for acceptance.
Improve Coaching, training and employment by introducing more effective teaching and learning methods that will enable pupils to aim higher and achieve better grades and more passes.
Stimulating Tottenham’s Local Economy by liasing closely with business, schools, colleges, Chambers of Commerce and Haringey Council on how best to market Tottenham and attract commercial investments.
Increasing a sense of social responsibility by bringing together the various communities of Tottenham to make a stand against gun and knife crimes and the exploitation of new migrants and a less favourable health provision.
Wants the community to promote better standards of education.
Community Health & Well-being- champion local causes that care for the young, elderly, disabled, disadvantaged and hard-to-reach sections of the community.
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