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Mark's on target for Cranleigh Parish

Mark West, keen archer and lifelong Cranleigh resident is aiming to be a different voice for Cranleigh Parish residents

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Waverley Borough faces a massive funding shortfall in 2016-7. Hard decisions will have to be made, even in Cranleigh Parish. Mark West wants to make sure the needs of all Cranleigh residents are taken into account. What makes Mark tick?

Mark West, 39 years, was born and bred in Cranleigh, went to Glebelands School and as lived and worked in the village all his life.

Mark says “I’m standing in the by-election in Cranleigh Parish East Ward because I want to be a voice for working people here.  It’s time for our Parish Council to be much more representative; for too long decisions have been dominated by one point of view. And I’m good at representing people. I have 10 years as an USDAW union rep for in the village, so I know that I can be an effective voice on our council-

I need all Labour supporters to come out and vote for me on 11 February

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