Statement to voters
Tim lives locally and has been the FOCUS newsletter Editor for the past 14 years. He has served as governor for two of the local schools and is a Director of the Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity. Since being elected as our local Councillor, Tim has fought against the Covanta Incinerator, secured urgent funding for resurfacing the A6 and the B530, continued to work to reduce the parking problems outside local schools, and tackled speeding across the Ward. He cares passionately about the area and its diverse communities. Should he be re-elected on the 2nd May, he will continue to put the area’s interests first at all times. He has always worked hard for residents and be there to help if anyone has a problem. Tim works hard all year round for the community and will continue to hold regular help and advice surgeries for local residents, and champion the interests of residents of Elstow, Stewartby and Kempston Hardwick.
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North Bedfordshire Liberal Democrats
Tim Hill's local party is the North Bedfordshire Liberal Democrats.
@bedfordlibdems on Twitter
This candidate has previously stood for election in:
- 2019: The Bedford Borough Council, as the Liberal Democrats candidate for the Elstow and Stewartby
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