General Election 2019: Stamford and Grantham - Liberal Democrat Harrish Bisnauthsing
Harrish was formerly an electronics engineer in the RAF, a counsellor helping patients in need and a managing director of a computer firm.
As a seasoned campaigner Harrish has always worked tirelessly to support the local community.
He has been serving as a councillor for both Stamford Town and South Kesteven District Councils for several years.
Harrish has always been actively involved with housing in the area - on the provision of social housing and new affordable builds, striving to ensure that sufficient community resources are available where new developments are built, and also that current existing social housing is adequate for purpose.
He is currently a trustee for several local organisations, including the Corn Exchange and Truesdale Alms Houses and runs Diabetic (UK) help groups in Stamford and Grantham.
Decisive and committed, Harrish is a highly respected figure in local government, who works with others for the best community results.
He is always available to listen and help his constituents and will ensure that the best interests of the people of Grantham, Stamford, Bourne and the rural communities are vigorously represented at Westminster.
Harrish says: “It’s time to get on with the business of tackling all the local issues that have simply not been receiving the attention they deserve.
"We need a new MP who will fight for fairer funding for our area so that we can properly deliver the services and infrastructure that will help our constituency and its people prosper.”
"Stamford requires an East West bypass linking with a bridge at Tallington crossing.
"This will be a very beneficial upgrade of the road in South Lincolnshire.
"Grantham requires to have its own Grantham Town Council to serve the populace
"If you put your trust in me and give me your vote on December 12, I will work hard to make a real difference across the entire constituency, from Stamford to Bourne to Grantham and all of our rural communities.
"Let’s put an end to Brexit and work together – for a brighter future for our United Kingdom."
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