Cllr. Howard Roberts

Cllr. Howard Roberts

Saturday, 12 May 2012

A Big Thank You

Dear All,

I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for re-electing me as your Borough Councillor on Thursday, 3rd May. I am naturally honoured and delighted to have been given the chance to act as your voice at the Town Hall for the next four years.

The election was tough and competitive. Despite this, the contest was fought amicably, never once descending into personal attacks or mudslinging. I thank all of my fellow candidates for fighting fair campaigns. I believe the last few weeks have been a good example of democracy in action.

Election campaigns are never fought alone. I was fortunate enough to have help at this election from generous members of our community. There are too many of them to list here, but they know who they are, and they should also know just how grateful I am for their contribution. I also must thank my wife, Deepah, who has been unwavering in her support as I have spent the last few weeks working around the clock on my campaign.

The benefit of an election campaign is that I get to meet more of you than I would do normally. Many of you raised important local problems and I will now be using my re-election to address your concerns. I will report back on my progress with my regular UPDATE newsletters.     

Remember, I am your Councillor, elected to represent your interests. If you have any issues that you would like to discuss then please feel free to email or telephone me on the contact details given below.

Yours sincerely,

Cllr. Howard Roberts
Independent Councillor for Dunsmore Ward

Election Result - Dunsmore Ward

Dunsmore Ward - Declared

  • COX Doreen - Labour Party Candidate - 460
  • DAVIES Suzanne Louise - Liberal Democrats - 324
  • FRANCIS Graham Lawrence - The Conservative Party Candidate - 1058 - ELECTED
  • LOWE Ian Stanley - The Conservative Party Candidate - 1033 - ELECTED
  • O`DWYER Beatrice Josephine - Liberal Democrats - 304
  • ROBERTS Howard David - Independent - 1281 - ELECTED
  • SPIERS Ian - The Conservative Party Candidate - 868
Turnout - 39.48%