By-election winner’s focus on transport and health

David Tattersall, winner of the Cornholme ward by-election for a seat on Todmorden Town Council, April 11, 2013

David Tattersall, winner of the Cornholme ward by-election for a seat on Todmorden Town Council, April 11, 2013

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Todmorden’s newly elected town councillor has vowed to push for a railway station in Cornholme after winning last week’s by-election.

Labour candidate David Tattersall topped the polls in the Cornholme ward vote last week in what he described as “a Labour landslide”.

The 64-year-old, who has previously served on Todmorden Town Council, has now promised to campaign on several key issues including improving the local transport network, access to health services and opposing the bedroom tax.

 

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