CHESHIRE East residents go to the polls on May 6.

Three candidates are looking for your votes in the Cledford by-election.

Labour's David Williams hopes to return to the town council to 'make Middlewich better'.

"I have a track record of campaigning and getting things done," said dad-of-three David, of Warmingham Lane, who served as a town councillor from 2015-2018.

"I organised a successful petition to get a timetable for the bypass, which we now have and is set to be finished in 2024.

"I also won a campaign to reinstate our evening bus services and made Middlewich Town Council a Living Wage employer."

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Middlewich born David has vowed to come up with more improvements and give people a say.

"There is a lot more to do and a vote for me is to get the job done," he said.

"I believe we need a wide-ranging neighbourhood plan that is written with extensive public consultation.

"For too long, issues have been looked at in isolation and nothing ever gets resolved. I want a plan that looks at all aspects of living in Middlewich and delivers a better quality of life, improves our environment and brings more facilities to the town."