Candidates Information

Exmouth Town Ward

May Hardy        Tel: 01395227101
May was born in Exmouth, lived here all my life .First elected to E.D.D.C. in 1993. The longest serving member of E.D.D.C. licensing committee .Successfully campaigned for wheelie bins. On 4 April 2003 the Colony and surrounding area was used as a trial. The only ones in East Devon at that time. Also campaigned for dropped kerbs at the many junctions in the Colony to assist the disabled ,elderly and people pushing prams or disabled friends or relatives .I am a member of Exmouth Baptist Church. Also a neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator . As a member of Street Scenes’ Think Tank I contact them to clear fly tipping etc. A listening councillor I am always available and fully support the views of the majority.

Bill Nash              Tel: 01395 263824
Bill has been visiting Exmouth for 30 years and 10 years ago he and his wife chose to live here. He feels that the future of Exmouth is most important to all of us, especially when we have children and grandchildren here. As well as an extensive business background, he was previously parish councillor whilst in Berkshire, included holding the chair for both Finance and Planning. He is a member of The National Coastwatch Institution in Exmouth having just completed his 3 year term as Station Manager. He is also a committee member of the local Pact (Partners & Communities Together).

Richard Turner    Tel: 01395 276123
I have lived in Carter Avenue, Exmouth for 25 years; born in Gittisham near Honiton. My career in the R.N. spanning over 25 years of which 21were in submarines, hard living and discipline is not new to me. I am a member of The Federation of Small Businesses and represented the Devon Region on their National Council so I understand the needs and concerns of business. I am an Exmouth Town Councillor, and I am proud of the many improvements, in the Town in the past 4 years to make it a better place to live. There is still plenty to do and although money is tight there is still much we can achieve. It is important we have strong representation at EDDC and DCC to ensure Exmouth is at the forefront of future spending plans. The Conservative lead Town Council’s initiative to encourage many local organisations to join with us to help plan future town projects, highlights our efforts to involve the community in the plans for our town. It’s impossible to satisfy everyone; by listening to local organisations we get the feelings of the majority. 
Elect me to represent the Exmouth Town Ward at EDDC I will forcefully put your wishes and the needs of Exmouth, and will vigorously fight my Exmouth corner.




Promoted by Lucille Baker of 9C Mill Park White Cross Road, Exeter EX5 1EL  on behalf of the Conservative Party of 9C Mill Park White Cross Road, Woodbury Salterton, Exeter EX5 1EL