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Trevor Powell

Born in Suffolk Trevor joined what was then the Liberal Party in 1983 having decided it was necessary to campaign for a realistic alternative to Margaret Thatcher's Conservatives and a fairer voting system. He subsequently got involved in local politics where he lived in Essex and served for eight years as a Liberal Democrat District Councillor from 1991 to 1999 including a spell as majority group leader. Trevor subsequently moved to Scotland and had a period campaigning for Charles Kennedy as he lived in his constituency. He is now back in East Anglia and living in Ipswich. He has previously stood for election to Ipswich Borough Council in Bixley ward.

Prior to the first lockdown Trevor did voluntary work with a youth club and a literacy charity. He currently supports IP3 Good Neighbours.

Trevor says "I am a great believer in policies being based on evidence rather than ideology. In my view the Liberal Democrats are the best party at offering this and have a proud record of helping elect some of the most hard working MP's and councillors in the Country."
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Trevor Powell