Peter Tyzack selected for Lib Dems in Filton and Bradley Stoke

South Gloucestershire councillor Peter Tyzack has been selected as the Liberal Democrats’ Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the new constituency of Filton and Bradley Stoke.

From the South Gloucestershire Gazette:

At the next General Election, to be held in the spring, the existing Northavon constituency is to be divided into two new constituencies, Filton and Bradley Stoke, and Thornbury and Yate.

Cllr Tyzack said: “I am honoured to have been chosen by the party to represent the people in this new constituency for the next General Election. I would like to say thank you for the support that I have already received and the further encouragement since my selection especially from Steve Webb MP.”

The Filton and Bradley Stoke constituency will include Winterbourne, Hambrook, Frenchay, Bradley Stoke, Filton, Patchway, Almondsbury, Severn Beach and Pilning.

Existing Northavon MP, Steve Webb, will stand as the party’s parliamentary candidate for Thornbury and Yate.

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  • carl francis 8th Dec '09 - 3:24pm

    If the Lib Dems in Liverpool are anything to go by — the constituents in the seat you are `standing` in, will be doing the country no disservice by opting to not elect you. I see the Lib Dems as…”self serving and self satisfied.” The quicker i can help “kick” them out of Liverpool…the better for the people of Liverpool. carl francis.

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