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By – Election of a Borough Councillor for
on Thursday 7 October 2021
Finally, after many months of not being seen or heard of Cllr Richard Cole has resigned as a Waverley Borough Councillor.
The Liberal Democrat Cranleigh East representative moved away from the town earlier this year to a new home in Devon. He was a member of Cranleigh Parish Council and chairman of the Eastern Planning Committee for several years.
Now Phillip Townsend the husband of Waverley, and Surrey County Councillor Liz Townsend, a former Insurance Executive, will be going head to head for the Waverley East ward seat with retired schoolteacher and Cranleigh parish councillor Rosemary Burbridge.
The announcement was made yesterday.
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