In Ashurst, residents can elect James Upjohn whose voluntary and unpaid service, (no taxpayers allowances), in his ward has been astonishing. The turnout in Ashurst is regularly abysmal because of party loyalty. But that loyalty was exposed by elected member absenteeism. Now, why not try something different? What have you got to lose?
In Halsall, exactly the same is true of Neil Campbell. Vice-Chair of his Parish Council, tireless and intrepid in pursuit of positive outcomes to end the planning permissions to developers whose houses will flood because the area is prone to it. Now, he’s been endorsed by Halsall resident Maureen Mills the outgoing Labour incumbent. Prove her correct. Elect Neil with nothing to lose and every benefit in favour.