Felicity Norman

Felicity NormanFelicity Norman is married to a journalist and has two daughters. They live on a smallholding in Herefordshire and Felicity teaches part time. She also works as a volunteer in the local community shop. 

Felicity has travelled widely and worked in several different countries. She is a member of campaigning groups such as Friends of the Earth and Amnesty International. She has helped to organise workshops and seminars on peace and environmental issues.

For relaxation, Felicity enjoys walking with her family and gardening.

Local Campaigner

Felicity has worked with a number of voluntary organisations, including Voluntary Action, Citizens Advice Bureau and Shopmobility, where she has been a trustee for many years. Felicity is also:

  • a director at the Robert Owen Society (a co-operative organisation supporting teacher training)
  • a secondary school governor
  • organiser of Leominster Apple Fair, the Fair encourages support for local food.

Felicity was twice elected to Leominster District Council, serving for seven years. She is a supporter of several peace, justice and environmental campaigning organisations.

A Track Record of Action

Felicity has campaigned on a range of issues for the West Midlands for the past 25 years. She has stood as a candidate at European, national and local levels. For seven years, Felicity was a District Councillor.

She is especially interested in food, farming and rural/urban links. Felicity has campaigned for small, family farms. In addition, she has worked for better animal welfare standards, allotments and support for local, organic food.

Felicity has also been Green Party Speaker on Agriculture. She wants to 'green the EU' and make it more open and accountable to local people.