Rosemary Bruce has been a member of the Liberal Democrats for more than thirty years and has served as the Councillor for Banchory and Mid Deeside ward on Aberdeenshire council since May 2017, she is deputy leader of the Aberdeenshire Council Scottish Liberal Democrat group and vice-chair of the Education and Children's Services Committee. Rosemary previously served as the Cllr for Aboyne, Upper Deeside and Donside from 2009-2012.
Rosemary has a long record of involvement in local community groups such as chairing her local community council and toddler group, and actively campaigned for the retention of the local maternity services.
Rosemary knows that many people across the North East of Scotland feel let down by successive nationalist governments and that the last thing that we need is another divisive referendum.
Scottish Liberal Democrats will Put Recovery First – to rebuild our economy and health services, invest in education and skills, ensure good connectivity across the country, decentralise control of services and take new steps to tackle injustice and meet our climate change targets.
Outside of politics, Rosemary works part-time as a Company Registrar and has previously worked as an Office Manager, Diary Secretary and Personal Assistant in both the private and public sectors. She enjoys swimming, dancing, playing tennis and is a keen hill walker. Rosemary could also be described as bit of a foodie who loves to try out new recipes; she is eager to support local food & drink producers as well as trying new foods from around the globe.
Rosemary lives on Deeside with her husband Malcolm and their three “student” children.
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