Why Newmarket and Red Lodge Residents should Vote for Robin Millar on Thursday

Robin is a former mayor of Newmarket and is currently deputy leader of Forest Heath District Council. During his 12 years as a district councillor, Robin has always looked for positive and practical ways to solve issues for local residents and will bring the same approach in energy to the County Council.

Robin said

“I am honoured to have been selected to fight the by election. I have already been out knocking on doors, meeting local residents and hearing their concerns.”

Local MP Matthew Hancock said

“Robin cares passionately about the local residents and the area”

“He would make an excellent County Councillor with years of experience as a district councillor and  leader of Forest Heath Council.”

“Robin is the only positive practical and visible candidate in this election.”

Robin likes to look for practical solutions to everyday problems. Speeding traffic on roads cluttered with badly parked car does a huge problem around Red Lodge. Parked cars, especially at the weekend, along residential Streets pose a danger for families when they are out enjoying local amenities with their children.

To protect children of Red Lodge, Robin has  joined forces with West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock and the local councillors Carroll Lynch and Lance Stanbury to launch a petition calling for better enforcement and a 20 mile per hour speed limit to be introduced on the residential roads around Red Lodge.

So Newmarket and Red Lodge Residents should  Vote for Robin Millar on Thursday.

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