Local County Councillor Ozzy O’Shea has been selected as the Conservative County Council candidate for Groby & Ratby and Field Head in May’s 2021 elections.
Ozzy, with his late wife Jenny, have four children and 9 grandchildren, Ozzy has lived in the area for 32 years. Ozzy has always been active in the community, serving as a PTA chairman and a school governor a position he held for 29 years. He has a served as a parish Councillor for the past 25 years, Borough Councillor for Ratby, Bagworth and Thornton for 13 years, and he became County Councillor for Groby & Ratby in 2013.
His dedication to the local community has earned Ozzy a reputation as someone who is always ready to listen, takes time to understand people’s concerns and then acts immediately to deal with issues.
Ozzy has the experience of holding the office Of Mayor of Hinckley and Bosworth 2017/18
He also served as Chairman of Leicestershire County Council 2018/2019 where is made contacts all across Leicestershire.
Ozzy was also appointed a Magistrate in October 2018.
Ozzy has a wealth of experience in community matters having retired from Leicestershire Constabulary after completing 43 years’ service both as a police officer and as a civilian supervisor in the Force Operations room. For the last 9 years of his service Ozzy dropped to a job share position so that he could he dedicate more time to his community.
Re-electing Ozzy will ensure a strong voice for Ratby, Groby and Field Head in a Conservative led County Council and he says, "It is great to be given the opportunity to represent my home area once again and he promises to ensure the interests of local people remain his first priority.