I believe passionately in maintaining village life, by supporting the elderly, children and families. We have many people in our area on a fixed income, low pay and many service families, who deserve our support, particularly in the difficult international times in which we live.
I shall do all I can to support the residents of this ward. To help one person to grow helps change the world.
Please give me your support on May 2nd or by post from April 12th.
I am committed, reliable and experienced, finding solutions and speaking up for what we need here. I am determined to put local people’s needs first.
New houses must be the right type of houses in the right places with the right infrastructure, speed limits must be appropriate and enforced, the increasing number of potholes need repairing properly, anti-social behaviour including dog fouling needs tackling and young people need more good local activities.
This election is our chance to create a better future of which we can all be proud.
Please vote for me for the good of our villages.
Our communities have been battered by national party politics and their councillors taking over our Councils. We see more pressure on services and less funding, so we pay more and get less, resulting in:
- Adult care in crisis, A&E closing
- Not enough doctors
- More potholes and traffic
- Speeding in in our villages
- Fewer waste recycling centres and more fly tipping and litter
- Thousands more houses built without proper services
Enough! We deserve better. Do not let them get away with it!Instead let’s help Jim
- Fight for proper health and care
- Support local businesses
- Tackle roads and litter to make our area safe and clean
- Support youth opportunities
- Get better planning so that housing is matched by services
Please vote for Jim Clarke for sound local support
Personal introduction from Jim Clarke
Cranwell Village is my family home of 39 years, shared with my wife Pearl and two sons, now with families of their own. My work in the grain trade began with office boy and rose to Senior Partner, working as a world grain trader.
Locally, I served on Cranwell Parish Council, including as Chairman, voluntary Chairman of the Sleaford Citizen Advice Bureau and on the District Council. Most recently, I served as senior lay chaplain in mental health with Lincolnshire NHS, supporting patients throughout Lincolnshire.
In case you share my interest, I am a fell walker and lifelong keen cyclist, racing and training throughout the world, now often out and about locally.