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Kirsten Johnson

From litter to biomass campaigns, Kirsten has actively worked to prevent destruction of the natural environment for the last ten years. 


With a great team and the backing of thousands of residents she successfully campaigned against a waste incinerator on Green Belt in Surrey and is more recently involved in trying to lower the exhaust noise levels in and around AONBs in Dorking.  She has “had the pleasure” of working with wonderful, caring and extremely dedicated people throughout these years


Kirsten also helped initiate a free fun day for children and their families in Elmbridge in 2015. Raising thousands of pounds for children's charities and receiving an initial attendee audience of 10,000 visitors, it went on to become an annual event.


Also under her belt are three years of campaigning for faster broadband in the rural hamlet of Mickleham Surrey.  The installation of fibre to premises broadband put Mickleham on the map as part of only three percent in the country to have it and giving residents the ability to have whopping broadband speeds and moreover work from home.


In 2020 Kirsten was presented with a special thank you from HM Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, for her contribution to the County of Surrey during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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