BRETTON NORTH WARD Rocketing Crime statistics, and an increase in Anti Social Behavior are bound to be major doorstep issues in Bretton North. Cllr Wayne Fitzgerald (Con). who wisely has gone West, escaping from Bretton North to a 'safer seat' and stoically defending his somewhat lacklustre record as a Councillor.
Hopefully justifying how he closed down Peterboroughs Care Homes for lack of money, but was able to find public funding for an amateur radio station! You can hear the outpourings somewhere on the Internet. Time to don a tin hat Cllr Fitz !
Nineteen wards are being contested in the Peterborough City Council local elections on Thursday 22 May 2014.
Two councillors - Councillor Matthew Dalton, councillor for West Ward and Dale McKean, councillor for Eye and Thorney - have also resigned from their seats bringing the total number of seats up for election to 21.
The wards being contested, with the existing councillor in brackets, are:
Bretton North (Wayne Fitzgerald);
Central (Mohammed Jamil);
Dogsthorpe (Christopher Ash),
East (Marion Todd);
Eye and Thorney (David Sanders and Dale McKean);
Fletton and Woodston (Lucia Serluca);
Glinton and Wittering (Diane Lamb);
Newborough (David Harrington);
North (Keith Sharp);
Orton Longueville (Janet Goodwin);
Orton Waterville (June Stokes);
Orton with Hampton (Sheila Scott);
Park (Pam Kreling);
Paston (George Simons);
Stanground Central (Brian Rush);
Walton (Asif Shaheed);
Werrington North (Stephen Lane);
Werrington South (Darren Fower);
West (Nick Arculus and Matthew Dalton).
There will also be parish council elections on Thursday 22 May 2013. The parishes, with the number of seats in brackets, are:
Borough Fen (4);
Hampton Hargate (7);
Hampton Vale (7);
The European Parliamentary Elections will also be held on Thursday 22 May 2014. Peterborough residents can vote for candidates standing for the Eastern Region.
Applications to vote by proxy or post must be made by 5pm on Wednesday 14 May 2014.
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