Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Cllr Tamsin Williams has joined Mebyon Kernow

I am delighted to be able to announce that long-standing Cornwall Councillor Tamsin Williams has resigned from the Liberal Democrats and joined Mebyon Kernow – the Party for Cornwall.

Tamsin served on Cornwall County Council between 2001 & 2009 and has represented Penzance Central on Cornwall Council since 2009.

Tamsin is a passionate champion for Cornwall and I am absolutely delighted that she has chosen to join MK. I look forward to working with her as part of the MK team for many years to come and winning a better deal for Cornwall and its people.

This also means that the number of Mebyon Kernow councillors on the unitary authority has doubled since 2009. In the inaugural elections, I was elected along with  Stuart Cullimore (Camborne South) and Andrew Long (Callington). Neil Plummer (Stithians) joined from the Independent group in 2010, Loveday Jenkin won the Wendron by-election in 2011 and the defection of Tamsin Williams brings the number of MK councillors to six.

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