Ian Tuffin Labour Candidate for St Peter and the Waterfront

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I was born in Plymouth, married with two grown-up children and worked for Blue Circle Cement for 31 years.  After retiring I worked in adult social care for various companies including the City Council.

I have been a Labour Party member for over  25 years and a Union Member for of all my working life. I have campaigned in all city wards throughout my time in the Party including being election agent on many occasions.

I was elected to the Council in 1991, serving as member or chair on various scrutiny committees. I remained on the Labour group until 1996. Since being re-elected after my retirement in 2011, I have been a member of the Caring Plymouth Panel, the Transformation Advisory Panel and chair of Your Plymouth where I enjoyed the challenge of scrutiny.  I  currently serve as a Director of Millfields Trust and a governor at St Peter’s C of E Primary School.

In 2014 I was selected to serve in the Cabinet as Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care.I believe I have worked hard to meet the new challenges of integrating Social Care and Health and  I look forward to the opportunity of working with colleagues and staff to take forward the transformation of the service if I am selected.

Email Ian Tuffin - ian.tuffin@plymouth.gov.uk or call Labour's hotline on 01752 269180. 

 

 

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Charles Church gets properly lit up

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Last night we achieved a huge success - the lights were turned on illuminating Charles Church. For the last seven months Labour has been campaigning for Charles Church to be properly lit up and we are so pleased that the campaign has been a success. 

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New Bus Route for Stonehouse

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Extra funding from Plymouth City Council will see the introduction of a new 34A  bus service to Royal William Yard. Starting at the city centre this new route will provide a service for Stonehouse. Labour has been campaigning for better transport for the Peninsula and it is good to see the Labour Council listening to local people.

 

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