About Sue Such
Sue Such is a longstanding and highly respected resident of Didcot, Oxfordshire. Despite her own physical disability & health issues she has campaigned meticulously and persistently for justice and equality, and continues to serve the community with her usual blend of honesty, hard work and generosity.
Sue has stood as an Independent Candidate in local elections, and ran a successful campaign despite the funding limitations faced by Independents. She was effective in shining a light on such local concerns as traffic congestion, public-transport accessibility for the disabled, and the effects of selling off council housing stock. With her eye also on the wider issues, her election campaign raised questions about public service cuts and the erosion of the democratic process. Her campaigning won glowing tributes from the nominated main stream candidates, and drew support from across the community she strives to serve.
Sue Such has a pleasing, unselfish character and for as long as I am aware has always placed those she has represented as priority despite the constraints of her own disabilities. My dedication and respect for Sue Such is an ongoing admiration for her personal legal and representative skills reflected I am sure by a large section of the community.
Mark Steven Pinnell
Sue was a member of the Didcot Access Group, a vital force in the campaign for access for people with disabilities. The group seeks to influence planning applications so that adaptations are built in from the outset & also to raise community issues which will have an impact on people who have disabilities or caring responsibilities. Although not currently a member, Sue’s activities include tackling issues that affect people with disabilities.