Tarporley Railway Station and the HS2 Crewe Hub Consultation

Tarporley Railway Station and the HS2 Crewe Hub Consultation

It is encouraging that Labour-controlled Crewe Town Council is now behind the re-opening of Tarporley Station.You can see their response to the HS2 Crewe Hub Consultation HERE (Page 16). Only the Conservatives appear reluctant to support our Campaign. The northern counties are losing out in the ...

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Tarporley Railway Station and the Government Rail Strategy

Tarporley Railway Station and the Government Rail Strategy

  My Statement to the Media  Tarporley and surrounding towns and villages have been completely ignored in the Conservative government’s latest rail strategy. Local people, backed by the Liberal Democrats, have been clamouring for the re-opening of Tarporley and Beeston Castle Station but have be...

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Update on my Tarporley Rail Station Campaign

Update on my Tarporley Rail Station Campaign

I am delighted to have been invited by Beeston Parish Council to discuss plans and prospects for the Tarporley Railway reopening campaign.Beeston, alongside Tarporley itself, will benefit directly from reopening the station.With plans for HS2 gathering steam, it is even more important to improve...

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A big thankyou to Eddisbury !

A big thankyou to Eddisbury !

  A big thank you for the help you gave me in the general election in Eddisbury. The Liberal Democrats are back! We are fighting back right across the UK and gained 3 extra seats giving us 12 in total, a 50% improvement from the start of the previous Parliament. In terms of results, Eddisbury cam...

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10 Reasons to Vote for Me Tomorrow

10 Reasons to Vote for Me Tomorrow

Well, it's the final 24 hours of campaigning for the General Election tomorrow.  I can hear audible sighs of relief from voters and quite a few weary campaigners too. Seriously though this is a seminal election vital to our future. We have been really busy in Eddisbury these past few weeks.  We ...

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About

Ian was born and brought up in Cheshire where he lives with his wife Jenny and daughter Victoria near Tarporley in the heart of the Eddisbury constituency. His family has farmed in Cheshire for over 400 years. His father worked in agricultural development in East and Central Africa, helping shape Ian's values of the importance of community and service.

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