Newtown & Heatherlands

Millie Earl has a history of campaigning on local issues, a passion for protecting the environment and a commitment to the local community. She has campaigned on a number of local issues including protecting Poole from fracking. Millie currently works in marketing and is a volunteer for Win on Waste, a local community recycling project.

E: millie_earl@hotmail.comT: 07791774672

Marion Le Poidevin has been a dedicated ward councillor for Branksome West for eight years and her record of achievement is proof that she works hard for local residents. She has campaigned on local issues such as protecting local services and opposing the downgrading of Poole A&E. Marion is a former teacher and continues to teach English as a foreign language during the summer holidays.

E: marion.lepoidevin@live.co.ukT: 01202 748920

Mark Robson served 26 years in the military working in a variety of operational theatres both in the UK and overseas. In 2016, he retired from the military and made the decision to retrain as a driving instructor in Poole where he is at the heart of local community projects such as organising litter picks.

E: maanrob@mac.comT: 07941070826

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