Ian Levy is the Conservative Candidate for Blyth Valley in the General Election on 12th December 2019. He is an NHS worker working in mental health and lifelong resident of Blyth who can trace his ancestry back 500 years in the town. He is focused on bringing about real change for the Blyth Valley Constituency which amongst others includes the communities of Blyth, Cramlington, Seaton Delaval, Seghill, Seaton Sluice and Hartley/New Hartley. His major proposals include returning passenger rail services to the Blyth Valley, a scheme recently endorsed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Ian is also seeking funding for a relief road for Blyth which is supported by Transport for the North and other major highways improvements. Ian backs spending more money to get additional police on our streets and fair funding for our local schools and NHS services. This is the second time Ian has stood for election, the first time being in the 2017 General Election where he received highest ever vote achieved by a Conservative with 16000 votes, almost double that obtained by the party in 2015.
Candidate for Blyth