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Jeyan Anketell for Stowe Ward

Jeyan Anketell

Lichfield District and City (Parish) Councils
- Election 22 February 2018

Once again, for the third time in less than a year, a Conservative local councillor has resigned in Stowe ward.
Conservatives control all levels of national and local government in this area and still try to blame others for their failings.

Jeyan Anketell is an experienced and hardworking local campaigner who will speak up and work for residents in Stowe ward.

JEYAN ANKETELL works as part of your hardworking Lib Dem team. JEYAN is the best choice to be our new local councillor on Thursday 22 February 2018

Jeyan Anketell has lived in Stowe ward with his wife and two sons since 1985. Jeyan is a retired teacher, having been Head of Science at a local secondary school.
During his time in Lichfield Jeyan has taken on many community roles. Currently he is a Non-Stipendiary Minister (voluntary and unpaid priest) attached to St Michael's Church, Lichfield and since June 2016 been a Volunteer Reading/Listening Assistant at Scotch Orchard Community Primary School, previously attended by both his children many years ago, as they also did Nether Stowe School.

If you need a postal or proxy vote it is best to contact Lichfield Council Elections dept directly on 01543 308125 or email elections@lichfielddc.gov.uk

To contact Jeyan or volunteer to help his campaign :

Email: stowe@lichfieldlibdems.org.uk or
write to Jeyan Anketell at :
7 Wissage Lane LICHFIELD WS13 6DQ

Promoted and Published for Jeyan Anketell and Liberal Democrats by M. Pettingale 7, Wissage Lane, Lichfield WS13 6DQ

  • NHS
    Article: Mar 23, 2018
    By Jeyan Anketell

    Jeyan Anketell and other local Liberal Democrats attended the mid-December briefing given by Helen Scott-South (Chief Executive Officer of Burton hospitals NHS Foundations Trust) about the proposed merger of the Burton Hospitals and the Derby Teaching Hospitals expected then to be fully operational by 1st April 2018.

  • Jeyan Anketell
    Article: Feb 23, 2018

    Lichfield District Council - Stowe Ward Results

    Well done Jeyan Anketell, agent Michael Pettingale and their small but hardworking team on achieving a 19% share of the voting. LD did not stand in this ward in 2015 or 2011 or indeed 2007 council elections. This was a determined effort with leaflet, canvassing and some good press/website for a ward with little LD campaigning history this century!

  • Jeyan Anketell
    Article: Feb 12, 2018

    Jeyan Anketell is standing for the Lichfield District and City Councils on a platform that reflects the Liberal Democrats commitment to empower and encourage people to live healthier lives. Jeyan has identified the priorities which, as a district councillor, he would be able to act on to improve the health of people in Stowe.

  • Jeyan Anketell
    Article: Feb 7, 2018
    By Jeyan Anketell

    Liberal Democrat Council candidate Jeyan Anketell has slammed the Conservative government and Conservative Staffordshire County Council for the catastrophic state of public services in Lichfield and Burntwood.

    He says;

    "There is a third by-election in Lichfield in Stowe on 22 February and I urge residents to vote Lib Dem. We have the policies to invest in our public services - and these are sensible and properly funded.

  • F&C Quiz 2018 2
    Article: Feb 3, 2018
    All politics and no play. Not us at LTB Lib Dems. A great evening was had at Lichfield on Friday. I wonder what Sue was saying to Hugh behind her hand! And the winners was..... Jeyan, Hugh, Mike and Kiko
  • Article: Feb 3, 2018

    A by-election has been called in the Stowe ward on Lichfield District Council and Lichfield City Council following the resignation of Conservative member David Smedley.

    Liberal Democrat councillor Paul Ray has called on residents to use the ballot to make their feelings known about the impact of cuts across Lichfield and Burntwood.

  • Article: Jan 30, 2018
    Paul Ray, Liberal Democrat councillor for Chadsmead has been campaigning for a long-term solution to a very dangerous junction in Lichfield and has been presented with a petition from angry local residents. [see photo]
    And only last week there was another serious accident at this junction. [see photos x2]
  • Article: Jan 22, 2018

    From Lichfield Live

    "Cllr Paul Ray, Liberal Democrat representative for the Chadsmead ward, said: "I have been contacted by local residents about this and have spoken to Matt Allman, the Headteacher at the Friary School. I support their key concerns.

    "The Friary is a 1,000 student school and these proposals seem to me to cause danger for the students at the start and end of the school day when students are arriving and leaving in very large numbers.

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