A Big Thank You from Antoinette Sandbach

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Antoinette Sandbach

It's an honour to be elected as the Member of Parliament for Eddisbury.

I want to thank the people of Eddisbury who have voted me in as their MP. I am committed to being a powerful advocate for this seat in Westminster and taking the voice of Eddisbury with me.
It's a huge honour and I pay tribute to the work Stephen O'Brien has done with the seat over many years.
I'm keen to liaise with the Council to ensure that they progress with regeneration in Winsford.
I am aware that there are issues with broadband and a need for improved mobile signal across the constituency.
I want to be a really good constituency MP who will fight the corner for what's important for people here which is regeneration, jobs, and, promoting the unique character of the constituency.

I'm delighted people have trusted me to be their MP and I have already started in Westminster!

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