Thank you to Tarvin Online from UKIP

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Rob Millington Eddisbury

I would like to take this opportunity to pass on my sincerest thanks to the readers of the Tarvin Online and the wider community for their encouragement and support during my election campaign.

I would also like to make a special mention of thanks to the people of Tarvin and Kelsall whose support was so encouraging during this campaign. I was heartened to meet young people in particular and discuss both their concerns and aspirations for the future development of the region. Tarvin is a beautiful village — in fact my parents briefly lived there in the early 1970's before moving to Weaverham where I was raised. I've always felt a strong affinity with the area and it is this which partly drives my strong desire to see the rural areas and economy protected.

I would like to congratulate Antoinette Sandbach who has won Eddisbury for the Conservatives. UKIP are on the map now most definitely in Eddisbury, we will be looking to hold our new MP to account and await what the outcome may be for people in Tarvin and Kelsall in particular. The campaign for 2015 is now over of course, a great deal many thanks to all who supported me and voted for me. The campaign for 2020 starts now and UKIP are already looking brightly at the future. A great deal many thanks to the people of Tarvin,

Rob Millington

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