Kelham Cooke discusses St Martin's Park, Stamford Welland Academy and South Kesteven District Council's response to the coronavirus outbreak
The leader of South Kesteven District Council, Coun Kelham Cooke, is determined to keep improving the lives of people in the district.
Kelham became a familiar face to Stamford residents when he took a weekend job at the town’s Waitrose store, and it was at this time, aged 20, that he became involved with Conservative Party while helping out at the 2010 General Election.
After university, Coun Cooke joined Waitrose full-time, working on the ‘community matters’ green token scheme, organising events with local charities and getting experience in communications.
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