Looking back over the past 6 weeks …

Not wanting to state the obvious, but this has not been the easiest of election campaigns! I have been involved in more or less every election campaign - whether it be general or local elections, either as a candidate, an election agent or a volunteer - for the past 30 years, and this campaign is … Continue reading Looking back over the past 6 weeks …

My week – week ending 13 April

On Monday I co-chaired the CBC Corporate Parenting Panel, assisted by one of the young people in local authority care. We looked at a report from the Children in Care Council (consisting of children and young people in care) on activities they had been involved in, including the training of social workers. On Wednesday morning … Continue reading My week – week ending 13 April

My week – week ending 6 April

On Monday 1st April I attended the LLTC Community Safety Committee. The meeting was attended by Sgt Liam Mitchell of Beds Police to discuss a number of local issues. On Tuesday 2nd I attended CBC Executive at Chicksands. We looked at the Central Bedfordshire Community safety plan for the next 12 months - priorities are … Continue reading My week – week ending 6 April

Why I am standing as a Conservative candidate …

Right now, it is embarrassing to stand on the doorstep and introduce myself as a Conservative Candidate. Not because I am ashamed to be seen as having ‘conservative values’, but because I am totally and utterly ashamed to be in any way associated with the shambles in Westminster. I don’t think anyone of any political … Continue reading Why I am standing as a Conservative candidate …

My week – for week ending 30 March

Throughout the week I have been out delivering leaflets and canvassing for the local elections. On Tuesday, I attended the Traffic Management Committee at Chicksands to speak in support of the Hockliffe Road residents petitioning the Council for a residents parking scheme. Although this has not yet been agreed, the Council is looking at how … Continue reading My week – for week ending 30 March

The ‘B’ word and why you should vote on 2nd May

So, on the eve of what was supposed to be Brexit day, our elected representatives in Westminster are no closer to agreeing a deal than we are to finding Elvis Presley alive and well at the local chip shop. I think I can confidently say everyone - whether you voted leave or remain - is … Continue reading The ‘B’ word and why you should vote on 2nd May