Devon County Election May17: Prospective Councillors
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Devon County Council
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Devon County Electoral Map
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ExeterApprox. Incumbent up to May'17CandidatesemailAddressPhone No.Contacted by 1Contacted by 2Contacted by 3Has candidate responded?Elected (Y/N)
Congratulation letter?
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Alphington & CowickRoy HillLabourATKINSON Yvonne (Labour)y.atkinson@blueyonder.co.uk21 Belmont Road, Exeter, EX1 2HFYY
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BELL Andrew (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.uk70 Church Road, Alphington, Exeter, EX2 8TA
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RUFFLE Rod (Lib Dem)8 Winkleigh Close, Exeter, Devon, EX2 9JY
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TRAVES Alex (Con)5 Cornwall St., Exeter, EX4 1BU
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Duryard & PennsylvaniaPercy ProwseConservativePROWSE Percy (Conservative)none182 Topsham Road
Exeter
EX2 4SH
01392 209024MTW 11Apr17SJ22Apr17YYY
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WOODMAN Lizzie (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.uk17 Sylvan Road, Exeter, EX4 6EWMTW 11Apr17Y"I am indeed very interested in improving cycling routes in Exeter and agree strongly that enabling a significant shift to cycling would greatly improve air quality in the city and contribute positively to healthy lifestyles,

reduce congestion and lead to an enhanced environment for us all including pedestrians. We have found from community survey work carried out in Exeter that the reduction of air pollution and congestion and the improvement of
walking, cycling and public transport are key priorities for city residents.
I am very happy to wholeheartedly support Exeter Cycling Campaign's request to Devon County Council's leaders to be bold in delivering safe cycle routes and infrastructure and I have personally signed up to the Charter.

Exeter Green Party commends Exeter Cycling Campaign on bringing this important issue to the fore and gaining the support of many individuals, businesses and organisations as you mention.
I am sure you are aware that Exeter Green Party has signed the charter and recently organised a flash mob in St David’s (which I believe some campaign members supported) to highlight dangers for cyclists and pedestrians in the city.



I was aware of the review of strategic cycle routes in Exeter from a consultation in July 2015 and am disappointed that there does not seem to have been noticeable action on improvements to cycle routes in the city. I agree that within the

Duryard and Pennsylvania division, the E4 route is important and Union Road is particularly challenging for cyclists, often congested and with parking both sides of the road in parts cyclists tend to get squeezed by cars in a dangerous way.

I would very much like to meet you to find out more about these issues, please contact me on 01392 275662 so we can arrange a time to meet.


As a Green Party candidate, I would like to see both City and County council do more to act on their commitment to prioritise walking, cycling and public transport in the city and to put cycling infrastructure in place which is practical for

everyday cycling to encourage more people to cycle for more journeys.

If elected I would be keen to do all I can to work with officers and community groups such as Exeter Cycling Campaign to help bring this about.

Finally, I have included the key points from the Devon Green Manifesto below:
Good public transport is essential to all of Devon’s communities. Cuts to rural bus services are leading to more congestion in Exeter and other towns. Air pollution from increased traffic levels threatens all our health. A coherent plan for the County’s transport system prioritising investment in good cycling and improved walking networks; affordable, public transport and a switch to low-emission cars will benefit everyone and make it easier for less mobile people to get around.

Green County Councillors will:

Set traffic reduction targets and introduce measures to reduce the impacts of congestion and air pollution.
Run a campaign to increase public awareness of the impact of pollution on health.
Prioritise investment in public transport to create better local and Devon-wide connectivity.
Improve walking and cycling provision and better integration with public transport.
Make 20mph the default speed on all residential streets across Devon.
Thank you very much for your good wishes for the Election."
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BEGLEY Jane (Labour)janebegley@rocketmail.com35 Mount Pleasant Road, Exeter, EX4 7AQMTW 11Apr17SJ22Apr17Y"Rest assured that your campaign has my wholehearted support. I am a keen cyclist myself and am well aware of the benefits cycling brings to health & fitness as well as to air quality."
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MITCHELL Michael Norman (Lib Dem)35A Howell Rd., Exeter, EX4 4LTMTW 11Apr17
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Exwick & St ThomasRob HannafordLabour
HANNAFORD Rob (Labour) (Labour Lead on Transport)
rob.hannaford@devon.gov.uk / robhannaford7@gmail.com95A Cowick Street
St Thomas
Exeter
Devon
EX4 1JF
01392 206421MTW 23Apr17YY
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LEVY Joe (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.uk11 Okehampton Place, St.Thomas, Exeter, EX4 1AY
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VINCE Christine (Lib Dem)7 Grove Crescent, T eignmouth, TQ14 9HP
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CHAUDHRY Azhar-Jamal (Con)29 King Edward Street, Exeter, EX4 4NY
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Heavitree & Whipton Barton
Olwen FogginLabourBRENNAN Emma (Labour)
emmamonicabrennan@gmail.com
16 Alpha Street, Exeter, EX1 2SPLorna DKim GCBYesY"I don't drive and tackling climate change is one of my biggest passions, so don't worry, you can count me in!"
"this is an issue I am passionate about. I do not drive and tackling climate change is a priority for me.
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POWELL Kay (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.ukLydford, St. Germans Rd., Exeter, EX4 6TJLorna DKim GYesDear Lorna,

Thank you for your letter, it is great to hear from people who are passionate about improving Exeter and Devon for everyone.

First, I would like to commend you and all involved with the Exeter Cycling Campaign, Exeter Green Party has signed the charter and recently organised a flash mob in St David’s (which I believe some of the campaign members supported) to highlight dangers for cyclists and pedestrians in the city. Exeter Green Party support the charter and want to see serious priority given to creating a safer city for pedestrians and cyclists. It is also important that the Council recognises the difference between cycling as a form of transport and cycling for recreational purposes, and works to put cycling infrastructure in place which is practical for everyday cycling.

As a Green candidate, I would like to see both City and County council do more to act on their commitment to prioritise walking, cycling and public transport in the city. If I am elected to County Council in May I will make every effort to see Exeter become a more environmentally friendly city, this includes promoting cycling and public transport use. I would also like to commit to making it improvements to help those who are less mobile by improving walking, cycling and public transport links in the County and City, this is a commitment Exeter Green Party is making, following our recent community survey.

I have included the key points from the Devon Green Party Manifesto below:
Good public transport is essential to all of Devon’s communities. Cuts to rural bus services are leading to more congestion in Exeter and other towns. Air pollution from increased traffic levels threatens all our health. A coherent plan for the County’s transport system prioritising investment in good cycling and improved walking networks; affordable, public transport and a switch to low-emission cars will benefit everyone and make it easier for less mobile people to get around.
Green County Councillors will:
Set traffic reduction targets and introduce measures to reduce the impacts of congestion and air pollution.
Run a campaign to increase public awareness of the impact of pollution on health.
Prioritise investment in public transport to create better local and Devon-wide connectivity.
Improve walking and cycling provision and better integration with public transport.
Make 20mph the default speed on all residential streets across Devon.

If I am elected I would love to meet with yourself and others from the Exeter Cycling Campaign to discuss how I can help address challenges and build a great cycle network around the City and County.

I hope this addresses your concerns.

Kind Regards,

Kay Powell
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PRYKE Gerald (Lib Dem)7 Honeylands Drive, Exeter, Devon, EX4 8QPLorna DKim G
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CROFT Emily Jane (Con)37 Howell Road, Exeter, EX4 4LTLorna DKim G
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Pinhoe & MincinglakeEmma MorseLabourACKLAND Hilary(Labour)hilaryackland@btinternet.com4 Higher Shapter Close, Topsham, Exeter, EX3 0ARRSYY"I am in agreement with your plans. Exeter needs less cars and more cycling for example parents cycling safely with children to school instead of driving them there is an excellent vision for Exeter. If elected I would be very happy to work with you and the cycling campaign to improve the cycling infrastructure in the city as well as developing cycling trails in other parts of Devon.
Help me get elected and I'll happily work with you."
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PAYNE Bethany (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.ukRowe House W102, St. German`s Road, Exeter, EX4 6TJRS
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PAYNE
Michael Geoffrey (Lib Dem)
22 Iolanthe Drive, Exeter, EX4 9EARS
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MOTTRAM Lee (Con)7 Park Lane, Pinhoe, Exeter, EX4 9HQRSY
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St David’s & Haven BanksJill OwenLabourMOORE Diana (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.uk70 Church Road, Alphington, Exeter, EX2 8TACHNMYSee lengthy reply on FB.
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WHITTON Marilyn Carol (Labour)carolwhitton@gmail.com42 Countess Wear Road, Exeter, EX2 6LROliver 12th AprCHNMJCYSee lengthy reply on FB -- If I am successful in the forthcoming elections, I very much look forward to getting to know the cycling groups in Exeter better, and to listening to their ideas and to those from within our local communities, to improve and extend cycling routes as well as other non-vehicular modes of transport within our city.Y
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CHUN Kevin Martin (Lib Dem)19A Fullers Court, Commercial Road, Exeter, EX2 4DZNM
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GILINSKY
Aric Samuel David (Con)
aric.gilinsky@gmail.com1 Baring Court, Baring Terrace, Exeter, EX2 4DPCHNMJC
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St Sidwells & St JamesMILBURN Tom (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.ukFlat 4 Fountain House,
Western Way,
Exeter EX1 2DE
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AVES Su (Labour)avessu4@gmail.com20 Clifton Hill, Exeter, EX1 2DLMTW 23AprSJSPYY
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NEWCOMBE Alexandra Vanessa (Lib Dem)
vanessa@exeterlibdems.org.uk
1 Thurlow Road, Exeter, EX4 7AASJSP Y"I am completely in favour of making Exeter a more cycling friendly city - I don't think that it is any coincidence that Exeter became a Cycling Demonstration Town in 2005 when the Lib Dems took over the administration of Devon County Council. In my time as a County Councillor (2006-13) the provision of cycle lanes and the promotion of cycling was a big issue. The research released in the last week shows that people who cycle to work are even healthier that people who walk to work should be a huge incentive for Public Health, which is now under Devon County Council control, to put even more pressure on the Council to encourage and enable people to feel safe to cycle in the city...
Best wishes,

Vanessa"
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JOBSON Anne Margaret (Con)26 Old Tiverton Road, Exeter, EX4 6LGMTW 23AprSJSP
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Wearside & TopshamAndrew LeadbetterConservativeLEADBETTER Andrew Robert (Con)Robin Hill
Tresillian Gardens
Topsham
Exeter
EX3 0BA
01392 876322 mob 07815 967989Carolyn WMTWYY
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SHORTO Mark (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.uk80 Guinness Lane, Exeter, EX4 2LPCarolyn WYSee facebook
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WRIGHT Eliot Paul (Labour)eliot.wright@btinternet.com37 White Street, Topsham, Exeter, EX3 0AACarolyn W
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CRAIG Mick (Lib Dem)Threshing Barn, Stockleigh Pomeroy, Crediton, Devon, EX17 4AYCarolyn WYLengthy reply on FB
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Wonford & St LoyesAndy HannanLabourWETENHALL Lynn (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.uk50 Well Oak Park, Exeter, EX2 5BBKaren SYSee facebook page post from Karen Silcox
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ASVACHIN Marina (Labour)
marina.asvachin@unitetheunion.org
11 Kipling Drive, Exeter, EX2 5BUKaren SYY"I completely agree with what you have said. As a non-driver myself I have been pleased to notice the increase in the amount of people both walking and cycling in Exeter over the last few years.
I am very aware of all the positives of cycling as one of my brothers is a bike user, and likes to tell me (quite passionately!) why more people should be using bikes. He also informs me about the terrible lack of cycle-lanes/state of the ones we have etc.
On my walk to work, I follow a cycle-lane "route" so see first-hand how badly maintained they are.
If elected, I will definitely commit to following the pledges in our manifesto and fight to address the challenges you mention (I'm sure it will be a challenge too, as I imagine we'll come up aginst the "no spare money" argument!!)
As for a meeting, I'm sure you can appreciate it's a bit of a hectic time for me at the moment but if I get elected I would love to meet and talk about taking this forward.
Hope that helps, don't hesitate to email me agiain if you have any more questions. Best Wishes,Marina Asvachin"
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DEAKIN Thomas Jacob (Lib Dem)15 Edgerton Park Road, Exeter, EX4 6DDKaren S
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NEWBY Rob (Con)514 Topsham Road, Exeter, EX2 7DNKaren S
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Exeter City Council St Thomas Ward (by-election)
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MORRIS Heather (Labour)59 Cowick Lane, St. Thomas, Exeter, EX2 9HLMTW 23AprY
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LEVY Joe (Green)info@exetergreenparty.org.uk11 Okehampton Place, St.Thomas, Exeter, EX4 1AY
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FULLAM Adrian Alan (Lib Dem)4 Berkshire Drive, St. Thomas, Exeter, EX4 1NE
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TRAVES Alex (Con)5 Cornwall St., St. Thomas, Exeter, EX4 1BU
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Outskirts of Exeter
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Exminster and Haldon (formerly Exminster & Kenton)
Alan ConnettLib DemCONNETT Alan Michael (Lib Dem)alan.connett@devon.gov.uk8 Victoria Close
Kenton
Devon
EX6 8JX
0784 3013705
MTW/José C meeting
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KRYS Sarah Elizabeth (Labour)19 Fowler Close, Exminster, Devon, EX6 8SX
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BRAGG Andy (Green)West Town Farm, Ide, Exeter, EX2 9TG
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LAKE
Kevin Andrew (Con)
5 Lime Grove, Exminster, EX6 8TB
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Broadclyst (formerly Broadclyst & Whimple)
Peter BowdenConservativeMILLS Sue (Labour)1 The Close, Seafield Road, Sidmouth, EX10 8HE
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GENT Henry F (Green)Mosshayne Farm, West Clyst, Exeter, EX1 3TR
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LASCELLES Eileen (Ind)Westhus, Church Road, Whimple, Exeter, EX5 2TG
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HOOK Peter M (Lib Dem)31 Capper Close, Newton Poppleford, Sidmouth, EX10 0HD
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RYLANCE Eleanor A C (Lib Dem)Westwood House, Westwood, Broadclyst, Exeter, EX5 3DH
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ROSS Jan (Labour)19 Coach Road, Silverton, Exeter, Devon, EX5 4JR
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RANDALL JOHNSON Sara M (Con)Slewton House, Talaton Road, Whimple, Exeter, EX5 2QL
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BLOXHAM Ray (Con)14 Best Park, Cranbrook, Exeter, EX5 7AG
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Exmouth
Bernard Hughes OBE
ConservativeHADLEY Dilys (Labour)
40 Whitman Close, Exmouth, EX8 5SJ
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MONEY Pete (Labour)5 New Cottages, Castle Lane, Exmouth, EX8 2RG
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DAVEY Oliver (Green)72 Bapton Close, Exmouth, EX8 3LQ
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MASDING Robert N (Green)Bystock Court, Old Bystock Drive, Exmouth, EX8 5EQ
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NGHAM Ben (Ind)Runaway, Courtlands Lane, Exmouth, EX8 5AB
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DUMPER Tim (Lib Dem)22 Woodville Road, Exmouth, EX8 1SF
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WRAGG Eileen E (Lib Dem)91 Victoria Road, Exmouth, EX8 1DR
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SCOTT Richard (Con)12 Durham Close, Exmouth, EX8 5QU
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TRAIL Jeff (Con)34 Port Mer Close, Exmouth, EX8 5RF
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Chudleigh & Teignmouth (formerly Chudleigh Rural)
Jerry BrookConservativeBROOK Jerry (con)jerry.brook@devon.gov.ukMyrtle Mead, Alexandra Road, Crediton, Devon, EX17 2DZ07714233986
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KRYS Anthony (Labour)19 Fowler Close, Exminster, Devon, EX6 8SX
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REVILLE Katie Anne (Green)39 Boringdon Park, Ivybridge, PL21 9TY
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KEELING Richard Michael (Lib Dem)Lower Brook Cottage, Parkway Road, Chudleigh, Devon, TQ13 0JL
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Other??
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SidmouthStuart Hughes (Con)cllrs.hughes@googlemail.comMTWYY""Many thanks for your email and can assure you that if re-elected I shall continue to do as much as I can to improve the cycling experience and safety of cycling here in Devon.""Y
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??TeignmouthJohn ClatworthyDHY"Many thanks for your email Dave and in Devon we are clearly committed to cyclists in both urban and rural areas and I am told around 37 miles of new or improved on-road and off-road cycle routes have been implemented across Devon in the last 4 years. I will drop in a March 2015 Devon Network Strategy on Cycling and Multi-Use Trail which you may find of interest. In the meantime I will keep walking to keep fit but one day I might borrow a bike from County Hall and cycle home. Regards john"
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Divisions no longer existing
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Newtown & Polsloe
Richard Westlake MBE
Labour
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Party Contacts:
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lucille@devonagent.co.uk
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secretary@exeter-labour.org.uk (couldn’t find any all devon labour contact
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https://devon-cornwall-libdems.org.uk/en/page/devon-county-council-elections-may-2017
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elections@southwest.greenparty.org.uk
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http://www.ukipdevon.org.uk/ukip-contact.php
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