Why I want to represent Callowland:

Born and raised in Watford and lived most of my life on the Holywell estate, I moved to North Watford 2 years ago after beginning a new chapter in my work career on the Greycaine Road industrial estate. I’ve been a volunteer for the party for most of the last decade. However, it was not until after I moved here in summer 2019 and saw what was needed to make Callowland better that I was interested in running for council for the reasons stated below.

Top 3 priorities for Callowland:

First and foremost, I am all about putting residents first. I believe in a common-sense approach to local issues, where residents are thoroughly consulted before decisions are made that will impact on numerous aspects of their everyday lives. Whether it is a CPZ, a new development or a pair of double yellow lines, you will be consulted and residents will always come first. Cleaner streets are my second biggest issue. Fly-tipping and dog fouling are a continuous issue and need to be addressed and I have spent the bulk of my free time in lockdown reporting this and clearing up our local green spaces. Finally, and perhaps the most important priority is to ensure a strong voice for North Watford and work alongside existing councillors to ensure key issues are prioritised and ultimately represent your needs, not just the town centre.

A little about me:

I work as an Exams compliance coordinator for an online awarding organisation, helping shape the future with producing and maintaining banks of exams for vocational courses and apprenticeships. I am incredibly passionate about sports, music and mental health. In my spare time I am often hiking, rock climbing or reading works on positive behavioural patterns. During the first lockdown, I helped set up a Football YouTube channel in the first lockdown and we are now the 3rd biggest West Ham channel. This summer I am looking to launch my own positive wellbeing channel in a bid to help others. I live by the motto “Everybody is the hero of their own story”. If you see me out and about please stop me for a chat – at 2 metres distance of course! 

Party tricks:

I have a habit of being able to impersonate Tom Hardy characters (but unfortunately I don’t look like him) and I can remember almost every West Ham score since 2002 and more often than not the name of the scorers and order they scored in.

Dennis Watling, Callowland Candidate
Dennis Watling, Callowland Candidate
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