Lucy Allan MP

Member of Parliament for Telford

Lucy has been campaigning on key local issues to help make Telford a great place to live and work, including: bring better broadband to Telford and a direct rail link. She is working with local business to secure more opportunities for young people. She has been standing up for local people on issues that they care about.

Lucy lives in Dawley Bank and is involved in a number of local groups and charities. She  enjoy playing an active role across Telford in our community life. 

Lucy has served as a local councillor focusing on services for children and families, sitting on fostering and adoption panels, and serving as a school governor. She has also served on the board of a local NHS trust and worked with a domestic violence charity. Lucy has also campaigned to reduce the numbers of children going into the care system.

As the MP for Telford Lucy shall work hard to give people the tools for success, her top priority: jobs, skills and strong families.

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