Nottingham Labour are proud that Eunice Campbell-Clark has received an OBE in the New Years honours list. We offer our heartfelt congratulations for her many years of service and dedication to the people of Nottingham being recognised by King Charles.
Eunice is absolutely deserving of this honour. She was a councillor in the County and City for 36 years. During that time she carried out work in the Jamaican and BAME communities, promoting Covid-19 vaccinations and raising awareness of prostate cancer and the need for regular check-ups.
She supported and helped lead on Jamaican Independence Day celebrations, highlighting the positive impact and profound effect Jamaican and Caribbean people have had on our great city. In 2022 she won a Black Achievers award for all her hard work.
Eunice was also a Portfolio Holder for a number of years at the city council, helping to run services and make positive changes, like the introduction of Changing Places toilets.
It is clear that Eunice changed the city for the better, she stands as inspiration for what community service and spirit can do. In Bulwell Forest, her old ward, she knows everyone, is available to speak and listen to her constituents.
Though she has now stepped down as a councillor, she showed through her 36 years of service, how councillors can make a difference in the lives of so many.
Thank you for all you have done.