General Election - our Candidates Respond!

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Tarvinonline has been busy over the past 2 weeks contacting all the candidates for the Eddisbury Ward in next week's General Election, and have secured their agreement to answer 4 questions based on local issues which may help you decide how to vote on May7th.

Despite regular reminders two candidates have failed to meet our deadline, interpret that as you wish, so we will proceed to bring you the answers kindly provided by:


Antoinette Sandbach (Conservative)

Antoinette Sandbach






Ian Priestner (Liberal Democrats)

Ian Priestner 2







Rob Millington (UKIP)

Rob Millington Eddisbury







Over the course of the next 3 days we will provide the responses from each candidate in a series of articles, make sure you log in each day as the answers provide you with information as to how each candidate would seek to improve our lives, if they are elected.

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