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Tarlochen Singh-Mohr stands for Broseley Town Council

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Ludlow CLP are proud to support our member Tarlochen Singh-Mohr, who is standing for election to Broseley Town Council on Thursday 7 September. 
Tarlochen lives in the East Ward of Broseley and says: “I believe in a strong, structured and just society. I will defend services in the town, and support grassroots community work and projects.” 

Tarlochen moved to Coalport Road, Broseley with his family around three years ago. His son attends William Brookes School. He is a college lecturer teaching photography, film making and Media to degree level. He's still studying part time doing a PhD in Social Sciences. Tarlochen's grandfather came from India to the UK in the early 1960s. He and Tarlochen's father worked hard in Black Country foundries.

Tarlochen says: "Their work ethic inspires my working life. I am a strong believer in grassroots community work, and support local projects and businesses in Broseley. I am member of the Royal British Legion and believe in a strong, structured and just society.
I live in the East Ward of Broseley and this is an opportunity for me to represent my ward. If I am elected, I will work hard to ensure that the amenities enjoyed by Broseley residents are maintained and improved, despite the challenges posed by reduced funding from Shropshire Council.
I am also keen to ensure that future development meets local needs without damaging the town’s unique character or its services."

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