If elected in 2015, she would be roughly the same age as a certain James Wharton was for your lot last time round
(shame she wasn't born a month later, tbh - that might have made her the first MP truly of the post-Thatcher era!)
Nuneaton have previous on this issue as Les Huckfield was elected at the age of 25 in a by-election in 1967 to replace Frank Cousins.
No issue with non-local candidates in those days - he was from my neck of the woods in south Worcestershire.
"Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen [pounds] nineteen [shillings] and six [pence], result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery."
Former Labour MP for Nuneaton Les Huckfield was born on 7th April 1942. The next Labour MP for Nuneaton Bill Olner was born on 9th May 1942 just 32 days later. By the same logic the next Labour MP for Nuneaton will be someone born on 10th June 1942.