At last night’s Hollingbourne Annual Parish Assembly in the Village Hall a number of complaints were made about the fact that very little literature is available about the six candidates who are standing on 5th May for the post of Kent Police and Crime Commissioner in succession to Ann Barnes. All four candidates who attended the meeting complained about the lack of finance for their campaigns and the fact that the there is no free mail shot as is the case in parliamentary elections. Mrs Jean Talboys, Hollingbourne resident and member of the Maidstone Older People’s Forum complained that many seniors do not have access to the internet or cannot effectively search on the internet. Please Read More for a guide to the websites of the candidates.
For general information about the election and details of the candidates:-
For links to the wesites of the candidates.
Henry Bolton – UKIP
David Naghi – Liberal Democrats
Tris Osborne – Labour
Gurvinder Sandher – Independent
Matthew Scott – Conservative
Steve Uncles – English Democrats.
The Hollingbourne Polling Station is the Cardwell Pavilion and voting is from 7am to 10pm.
Pictured below are the candidate at the Hollingbourne Annual Parish Assembly (Left to right Councillor Alan Bennett, Henry Bolton, David Naghi, Tris Osborne, and Matthew Scott).