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Tories name candidates for borough council elections


FORMER borough councillor Phil Heyward and local businessman Summit Tuli have been selected to stand as Conservative candidates in next year’s Warrington Borough Council elections.
The pair will stand in the Chapelford and Old Hall ward – and delivering better services and tackling anti-social behaviour will be their priorities.
Mr Heyward, who has a background working in the space science procurement sector says residents of Chapelford and Old Hall want to see action taken to improve the area.
He said: “I live in the ward and I hear and see the issues many local people tell me concern them. I’m a member of the Patient Participation Group at Chapelford Surgery, so getting the right health services for this area is a real priority for me.
“With Chapelford being classed as an urban village we need to see more community resource in this neighbourhood, as you’d expect in any village environment”.
Mr Tuli , who runs a successful locally based printing company believes his experience with many community groups will allow him to bring many communities together.
“Most of my family and friends live in the Chapelford area and love being involved in such a diverse community. I want to make sure everyone who lives here feels safe, so I will work hard with the community neighbourhood groups and police to make things better, especially as we have a number of areas which act as a magnet for problems.”
The pair also want to see action taken to reduce the speed that cars travel on roads through the area.
“It’s evident that many drivers just don’t know what the speed limits are so we need better signage and a community effort to highlight the dangers of travelling at such speeds,” said Mr Hayward.
Mr Tuli, who was a member of the Labour Party in Warrington for a short time, says he firmly believes Conservatives deliver for communities.
“I was increasingly disillusioned with the approach the Labour Party has taken to delivering an inclusive agenda, their inability on a national level to tackle issues such as anti-Semitism is one such example and I’m very pleased to be part of the Conservative team in Warrington, working hard to deliver for every person in the borough”.
Chairman of Warrington Conservatives Paul Campbell said: “Both candidates understand the issues that matter locally. We’ve seen Warrington’s councillors grow increasingly out of touch with the views of the people they are supposed to represent. Summit and Phil are great examples of the sort of people who get things done, successful in business, community minded, hardworking and genuinely caring for an area that is their home”
“Over the last few months we’ve welcomed many, many new Conservative members in Warrington, former miners, teachers, business professionals and students, some who were previously members of other political parties.
“We believe in low taxes, outstanding public services, protection of the green belt and accountability. Warrington needs to see change and we’re looking forward to the elections in May 2020.”.


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