Friday, 15 July 2005

Selected to represent Empress Farnborough

Empress Conservatives strengthen their team

Empress Branch Executive is pleased to confirm that Councillor David Clifford has been selected to stand as the Conservative prospective candidate in Rushmoor Borough Council’s Empress Ward in 2006.

David Clifford joins an expanded and very formidable Empress team alongside Cllr. Patricia Hodge, Cllr. John Wall and Cllr Pat Devereux, the Ward’s County Councillor. This new team has almost 40 years of local government experience.

David, who lives in Empress, has had a distinguished career in local politics, serving as Rushmoor’s youngest Mayor in 1999. Very energetic and enthusiastic, David is keen to see more young people engaged in local politics. He currently chairs the Borough Services Committee. This Committee’s priority now is to scrutinise community safety and the local Police.

Branch Chairman, Adam Jackman said “This selection shows the Conservative Party in this area is not only strong but has a good depth of experience. We are now able to expand our team of councillors from three to four which will enhance quality of service and expertise. We now have a formidable team to fight the 2006 Borough Election campaign”

Councillor David Clifford said “I am delighted to have been selected to fight the seat where I now live, and represent Empress Ward at Rushmoor. I look forward to working with Mrs Pat Devereux our County Councillor and my fellow Ward Councillors John Wall and Patricia Hodge for the good of local residents. We will be a great team, and I cannot wait to get started.”

1 comment:

Cr John Wall said...

Please remove my name from your website.