Dominic Skinner selected by Lib Dems in Stratford on Avon

Dominic Skinner and Stratford Liberal Democrats

Liberal Democrats in Statford on Avon have selected Dominic Skinner as their new Prospective Parliamentary Candidate (PPC):

The 34-year-old – who replaces Liz Adams who stood down after the 2017 General Election – is currently spearheading the Save Stratford ArtsHouse campaign, and was also one of the leads in saving the community Ken Kennett Centre from closure.

He has lived in the area most of his life. Born in Studley, he went to school in Alcester, and now lives in Stratford town…

Dominic is director of the award-winning Stratford architecture practice Spatial Future which he founded in 2014. His work has featured on the BBC show DIY SOS, when he helped transform the Bidford family home of a young woman who suffers from two chronic and debilitating conditions.

He also lectures at university and is a specialist in sustainable architecture and environmental design.

Dominic is also a member of South Warwickshire NHS Trust, helping to shape NHS policy and patient experience in the district, and is treasurer of the Clopton Community Action Group. [Stratford Observer]

On being selected, Dominic Skinner said,

The Conservatives have taken this constituency for granted for too long. The people of Stratford on Avon deserve a real constituency MP. One who has a deep history in this area, one who clearly understands the needs of the people, and puts the residents first and at the forefront of all decision making.

Stratford upon Avon is my home, I’m raising my young family here. I understand the issues that people all over the constituency face every day.

With my work on the Save Stratford Arts House, it has been fantastic to see the passion and energy young people have brought to the campaign.

The young people of the area have so much to offer, and I feel that their concerns and needs are largely neglected. I want to listen to them, take their ideas on board, and let their voice be heard loud and clear.

In an age of austerity, where a Conservative Government is cutting more and more funding to vital services, it’s the low income families that are bearing the brunt. I’ve experienced myself first-hand what it’s like to struggle as a family.

The Liberal Democrats are the only party who have a clear, costed, and balanced approach to supporting families. We strive to create a society that is not for the many, or the few; but for all.

You can find out more about Dominic Skinner’s campaign at facebook.com/libdomsona and he is on Twitter as @libdomsona

There’s a full list of Liberal Democrat Parliamentary candidate selections so far here.

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One response to “Dominic Skinner selected by Lib Dems in Stratford on Avon”

  1. Well said Dominic. “The Liberal Democrats are the only party who have a clear, costed, and balanced approach to supporting families. We strive to create a society that is not for the many, or the few; but for all.” Liked that a lot. We should use it nationally, especially the final sentence.

    I enjoy Dr Mark Pack’s weekly series about Liberal Democrat political philosophy but it is not for most newcomers to the Party.

    We need a clear statement of liberal values, set out in one paragraph, if possible.

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