Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Vote for Andy Pellew for the County Council in May

Cllr Andy Pellew with Lib Dem President Tim Farron
Local Parish Councillor Andy Pellew, who is also an existing Cambridgeshire County Councillor from King's Hedges in Cambridge City, will be seeking your vote for the County Council elections on Thursday 2nd May.

Andy Pellew said; "I'm delighted to have been chosen by the Liberal Democrats to contest the election on behalf of residents of Bar Hill Division which includes Girton and the villages of Lolworth, Boxworth, and Dry Drayton".

"The next four years will see significant development in our part of Cambridgeshire with groundbreaking of Cambridge Universities' North-West development and the new settlement of Northstowe. It's vital that we have someone on Cambridgeshire County Council who is willing to speak up for our villages, someone with a track record of action, independence and transparency."

"The decisions made in Shirehall will dramatically affect our lives; whether it's cutting local bus services, funding the legal fees for the Guided Busway, refusing to sell Shirehall which costs over a million a year to maintain, or tolling on the A14. It's vital that we have someone in Shirehall who is looking out for us."

"I hope, with the support of local residents, to be that person."

Andy Pellew lives in Bar Hill, and has served on the Parish Council since 2011. He's married with two small children (ages 2 and 4). He works on Cambridge Science Park so is very familiar with the problems of the A14!

The Liberal Democrats Manifesto for the 2013 Elections is available here.

If you'd like to contact Andy you can do so via email - andy.pellew@gmail.com -, via Phone 07814 871 752, or via post at 9 Foxhollow, CB23 8EP.