Mark Jewell Brief Biography:

Mark Jewell is the Liberal Democrat candidate for Fylde. He is a Preston City Councillor representing an area formally within the Fylde Constituency prior to the boundary changes.

He has previously supported the campaign against fracking and agrees with local parish councils that the Morgan and Morecambe windfarm transmission lines, across Fylde, needs a rethink. 

Mark is a strong supporter of renewable forms of energy, but solutions must also consider the impact on farming, businesses and livelihoods.

Mark's top priorities for Fylde are putting an end to the Conservative scandal of sewage in our seas and waterways, urgent action to cut the cost of living  and to cut waiting times for GP's and ambulances.

Mark has worked in Fylde for almost 40 years and will use his experience in project management and as a Councillor to deliver on the issues that matter most to residents.

Mark stated, "I'm standing to bring integrity to being your local MP and get a fair deal for Fylde."

Mark Jewell head shot St Annes Square

The Fylde Liberal Democrats launched their General Election campaign on Saturday in St Annes.

The Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate Mark Jewell, said, "At last the General Election has been called and we have the opportunity to get rid of this rancid Conservative Government. Fylde's disgraced MP has been asleep at the wheel on the important things that matter for Fylde. Whether that is on the transmission route for the Morgan and Morecambe Offshore wind farms, Sewage in our seas and rivers with our beaches rated poor or the raw deal for our farmers and rural communities.

Change is needed and I want to bring a fair deal for Fylde. We have a great team and will take this fight to the Conservatives."

Notes: Volunteers and Supporters can join our team online or make a donation to our campaigns via our website at Fylde Liberal Democrats (

FLD Group Photo

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