Former BASC and BDS man David Kenyon is running for a top police job in Avon and Somerset – and says he’ll put rural issues back on the agenda if he gets in.
He’s rallying support among the fieldsports community and needs Avon and Somerset residents to back him at three regional hustings on 16 and 17 October – details of which are below.
Mr Kenyon, an avid shooter who already chairs the rural crime forum in Somerset, is one of the two final contenders to be the Conservative nominee for Police and Crime Commissioner in Avon and Somerset. The decision will be made by ‘open primary’ – which means any Avon and Somerset resident can vote as long as they attend one of the hustings. You don’t need to have any party membership or allegiance to vote – but you do need to show up. Attendance requires that you register by 14 October – you can do so by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01278 423110.
Hustings take place in North Petherton on the evening of 16 October, Westbury on Trym on the morning of 17 October, and Somerton on the afternoon of the same day.
The final election takes place in May 2016 – but Kenyon needs your help to get past the primaries first. Find out more on 01278 423110 or email@example.com.