Candidate for Camelford and Boscastle
Barry Jordan has served in Cornwall Council for the last 4 years and has been pleased to work hard for the residents in Tintagel and Boscastle. Barry has achieved a lot in the past few years, but knows that the job is not done yet.
T: 01840 230048
Candidate for Wadebridge East and St Minver
Carol has been the Cornwall Councillor for St Minver and St Endellion since 2017. During this time she has thoroughly enjoyed her time on Cornwall Council and she has worked well with the community to make this area a better place to live, work and grow up in.
T: 01208 863692
Candidate for Wadebridge West and St Mabyn
Stephen de Burgh
Stephen (Steve) de Burgh would like to help the Conservatives achieve a majority on the council. He would like to assist the residents of Wadebridge West and St Mabyn in any way he can and would like to promote and be on hand to provide advice and guidance on all or any aspect of policing, criminal justice, community safety, crime prevention, counter terrorism and anti-social behavioural issues.
Candidate for Padstow (Including St Ervan, St Eval, St Issey, St Merryn)
Stephen (Steve) Rushworth has been the Cornwall Councillor for St Issey & St Tudy for the past 4 years and has enjoyed working well with the different communities. Steve is standing for Cornwall Council again because he wants to continue to be your strong voice in County Hall, standing up for this important part of North Cornwall.
T: 07966 473606
Candidate for Lanivet, Blisland and Bodmin St Lawrence
Jenny Cruse cares passionately about this part of Cornwall and the environment and wants it to be the best possible place to live, work and grow up in. Now, more than ever, she feels that we need support from Cornwall Council. For too long, Cornwall Council’s focus has been on Truro. Jenny said she ‘cannot sit on the side-lines any longer and watch Cornwall Council waste our hard-earned council tax.’
Candidate for Bodmin St Petroc
Alex Butters grew up with his family and grandparents in the town, attending primary school and then Bodmin College. He has a foundation degree in health care and is about to finish a politics and law degree. Alex has been working in Bodmin, looking after children and young adults with autism, since the age of 16, and recently, has also been a key worker through the pandemic. When not working or studying, he plays football and golf.
Alex's work has been a huge inspiration to enter local politics. He wishes to help all children have the right local provision in their communities, to ensure they have happy and fulfilling lives where they live. His other priorities include local housing for local people, with necessary infrastructure in place, including education and medical facilities, putting the environment at the forefront of policy decisions and assisting pandemic recovery.
Candidate for Bodmin St Mary and St Leonard
Jenny Hoskin was born in the local area, grew up and went to school in Bodmin. She is married with a grown up family and now lives just outside the town. Jenny has worked in local government since 1979 and is passionate about Bodmin, being the centre of the rural life of the area, and the preservation of the countryside around the town. Her particular focus is on planning, building suitable housing for local people, paying close attention to infrastructure, including school, youth and medical provision, assistance for business emerging from the effects of the COVID pandemic and placing considerations about the environment first.
Candidate for St Teath and Tintagel
Daniel Laughton is a local business man who was born and raised in Cornwall. He has spent his early professional Career working in the hospitality sector and later moved on to working with and consulting local business on development and growth opportunities in a very hands on practical capacity.
Given the economic climate and challenging times we are all in Daniel believes that all business from hospitality to farming will need to adapt, look at more sustainable futures and become more dynamic in order to survive this rapid changing market and environment that we are living in. He believes that government and Councils should actively encourage and support those willing businesses through these tough times.
Candidate for Launceston North and North Petherwin
John Hiscock is really looking forward to fighting for change in Launceston where lives and works. His key priorities for will be: Local Business Recovery from Covid-19, Launceston Hospital funding, Local School Provisions and Helping our Farming Community post Brexit to thrive.
Candidate for Launceston South
John Conway strongly believes that Launceston residents need to be represented in County Hall by someone who cares about them and the town, and that all of their concerns and ambitions need to be taken into account.
Candidate for Poundstock
Aaron Lynch has grown up in the local area and hopes to achieve a real change in Poundstock wherever needed and to give people faith in their local governing bodies. To do this he will listen to peoples concerns and understand the issues that really affect them. Aaron also cares passionately about ensuring Tax Payers money is spent effectively and creating more opportunities for our young people in Cornwall.
Candidate for Stratton, Kilkhampton and Morwenstow
Shorne Tilbey will strive to represent the constituents of Stratton, Kilkhampton and Morwenstow in all their needs and services and ensure the council provides a fair deal to all, working closely with the parish councils and liaising with our local MP.
Candidate for Bude
Richard Smith has lived in the area since 1997 and would like to give a voice to the people in the Bude area who are conservative voters, but feel that their views and opinions are ignored at council level by candidates from other parties that "tow the company line". Clearly other parties have different agendas, but he believes that the conservative majority are entitled to have their conservative views properly represented.