Malcolm Wade, a Hythe and Dibden councillor and community leader, has been nominated as the Official Liberal Democrat candidate for Dibden and Hythe in its upcoming election to elect a Councillor to represent it on Hampshire County Council on May 4th.
“It is my pleasure to welcome Malcolm Wade to New Forest’s Team 2017,” said Jack Davies, Chair of New Forest Liberal Democrats. “Malcolm has been a champion of Real Change in Dibden and Hythe since he was first elected to Hampshire County Council in 2013, and the strong voice that local residents deserve.”
Malcolm is a long standing member of Hythe and Dibden Parish Council. He has lived in Hythe since he was 7 years old and considers the community his home. He is married with two grown up children, the eldest Alex is carrying on the family tradition of serving the community started by Malcolm’s father, Stan Wade, who served this community for over 40 years both as a Parish and New Forest District Councillor as well as achieving numerous other achievements for Hythe and Dibden.
Malcolm’s reason for entering into public service is to put something back into the community where he and his family have grown up and to make a positive difference for people who locally need help and support.
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