EDDC elections

Great start to local election campaign by Seaton Independent candidates Dan Ledger and Jack Rowland – follow them on Facebook @EDASeatonWard

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Dan and Jack outside Seaton Hospital. Both have campaigned to keep it as a centre for health services. Tory-run EDDC refused Jack’s request to protect the building.

Dan Ledger and Jack Rowland are campaigning for Seaton and have been getting a very positive response as they’ve hit the streets of the town. You can help by putting up an A4 poster in your window, giving out leaflets – and voting for them! If you’re on Facebook, please follow their campaign and get regular updates by ‘liking’ their page @EDASeatonWard. You can contact us on that page or by emailing cllrmartinshaw@gmail.com. Let me know if you haven’t received our election leaflet as all areas should have been covered by the end of today.

Promoted by Martin Shaw, Lynwood, Old Beer Rd, Seaton, on behalf of Jack Rowland, 18 Albion Close, Seaton, and Dan Ledger, 13 Marsh Road, Seaton.

Jack Rowland and Dan Ledger are standing in Seaton as Independent East Devon Alliance candidates for EDDC

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DAN (left) and JACK outside Seaton Hospital

JACK ROWLAND, current Deputy Mayor of Seaton and former Mayor, who chairs Seaton Area Health Matters which is striving to retain the hospital as a health hub, and DAN LEDGER, a town councillor with special interests in employment, housing and leisure facilities in the town, have announced that they are standing to represent Seaton in the district elections on Thursday 2nd May.