LIB DEMS PICK WILL AND JANET FOR LEWES BRIDGE


 

Lewes Lib Dems have chosen their candidates for the Lewes Bridge Ward District and Town Council by-election on June 2nd - Will Elliott and Janet Baah. They are campaigning to support our local library and post office, to ensure local people's views are heard over planning issues.

 

Will Elliott is standing for District Council. He currently serves on the Town Council and has successfully campaigned to reinstate late bus services back from Brighton to Lewes.

 

Will is involved with the campaign to save the Crown Post Office, and opposes plans to build on the Old Malling Farm site.

 

Will and his partner Huw are both pub managers with a keen interest in environmental issues and live on Albion Street.
 
Janet Baah is standing to be on the Town Council and wants to make sure the people of Lewes get the representation they deserve. Janet knows the area well having lived in Malling since 2001.

 

Janet has been a member of Adult Social Care's Inclusion Advisory Group since 2009, and a non executive Director of Breaking Down Barriers' CIC for the past 3 years. She is currently studying for a PhD in Education focusing on access to education for slum dwellers in Ghana.

 

Will and Janet want to see more affordable housing locally, especially for key workers in Lewes and the surrounding area.

 

 

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