Tony White - Downham Market

Tony White, born locally in West Norfolk; his business interests are run from his nearby office. 

Tony is currently County Councillor for Downham Market Division, a post he holds close to his heart, and would be delighted to continue.  

Tony is continually campaigning for those persons who have special needs, both adults and children; he is passionate that day centres and workshops continue for the benefit of the whole family unit. 

He is determined that during his term many local issues will be addressed.  

Tony is campaigning and caring for this community so that Downham Market may continue to thrive.

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