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The New Conservative Team for Hayes, Coney Hall and Keston Village

The Conservatives in Hayes & Coney Hall have selected a new team to work for the ward after next May’s local elections.

Andrew Lee, Alexa Michael and Tom Turrell

After a combined 56 years’ service to the ward, Cllrs. Graham Arthur, Peter Fortune and Neil Reddin have announced that they will be standing down from the Council and so local Conservatives have selected Andrew Lee, Alexa Michael and Thomas Turrell to be the Party’s candidates at next May’s elections.

Following changes to the ward boundaries, Keston village will become part of Hayes & Coney Hall ward, while Hayesford Park to the north of the current ward is joining Bromley Town.

The new team will be working closely with Graham, Peter & Neil over the next few months to be brought up to speed on the many local issues and concerns of residents. Cllr. Alexa Michael will already be familiar to Keston village residents as she has represented them on the council for 27 years. All three are looking forward to introducing themselves to as many people as possible over the next eight months and beyond.

Thank You

Graham, Anne and Neil were honoured to be re-elected at the local elections on 6th May to represent Hayes & Coney Hall for another four years. Though our share of the vote was just over 60%, we remain committed to serving all our residents regardless of their political affiliation.

We will continue to defend the clean and green environment and quality of life that our residents hold dear and to ensure that the voice of Hayes and Coney Hall is heard at the Council.

Bob Stewart’s with Soul

On Saturday Bob Stewart, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Beckenham, visited Hayes & Coney Hall with David Soul, the actor and singer.

David Soul, Cllr. Neil Reddin and Bob Stewart at Letchworth Drive
David Soul, Cllr. Neil Reddin and Bob Stewart at Letchworth Drive

David is a personal friend of Bob and met people in Coney Hall, Old Hayes and Letchworth Drive along with Conservative Council candidates and councillors Graham Arthur, Anne Manning and Neil Reddin.