Ballot box. Pic: Anthony Karanja
Ballot box. Pic: Anthony Karanja

Voters will head to the polls to elect a new councillor for Fazeley.

Only Labour and the Conservatives have fielded candidates for the Lichfield District by-election, following the resignation of Ian Lewin.

Doug Pullen will be bidding to hold the seat for the Tories, while Dave Whatton will be hoping to secure a gain for Labour.

A seat on Fazeley Town Council will also be up for grabs, with Geoff Franklin representing Labour and Alex Farrell standing for the Conservatives.

Polling booths will be open from 7am to 10pm tomorrow (May 30).

Ross

Founder of Lichfield Live and editor of the site.

2 replies on “Voters set to elect new councillor for Fazeley ward”

  1. Hi – Just a slight correction to your news item. I am standing as the Labour Party Candidate for Fazeley in the District Council elections tomorrow. Geoff is standing for the town council. Best wishes Dave Whatton

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