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New Officers for Mebyon Kernow
At the MK Conference held in Truro on Saturday, twelve Officers and Spokespeople were appointed to the Mebyon Kernow National Executive Committee.

At the MK Conference held in Truro on Saturday, the following appointments were agreed:

Leader (and spokesperson on housing and planning) - Cllr Dick Cole, Fraddon
Deputy Leader (with responsibility for finance and spokesperson on economic matters) - Cllr Andrew Long, Callington
Deputy Leader (and spokesperson on constitutional affairs) - Cllr Phil Rendle, Penzance
Deputy Leader (and spokesperson on health) - Cllr Loveday Jenkin, Praze
Children, education and families spokesperson - Cllr Tamsin Williams, Penzance
Environmental protection spokesperson - Cllr Rod Toms, Summercourt
Global issues spokesperson - Cllr John Rowe, Camborne
Public services spokesperson - Cllr Stephen Richardson, Illogan
Social justice spokesperson - Cllr Stuart Cullimore, Camborne
Admin officer - Peter Dudley, Callestick
Social media officer - Rob Simmons, Penzance
Website officer - Niall Curry, Feock

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By Dick Cole. Published on 25th November 2012.

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