Henry Hobhouse and Stephen Page

Henry Hobhouse and Stephen Page are standing to be the Somerset Councillors for Castle Cary and surrounding villages. Both are committed local campaigners and work hard to help people in our area.

Henry Hobhouse was born on a farm in Hadspen Village and has had a varied career including 8 years in the army, 25 years farming, 10 years in manufacturing, and he worked on the railways as a machine operator. He now runs his own market business selling cheese, chutney, cider and jams from Somerset into London markets. As a councillor he works hard to help local people and improve our area.

Stephen Page has worked as a lecturer at a local college since 2000 and had helped hundreds of young people from Castle Cary and surrounding villages progress to apprenticeships, employment, and University. Stephen is passionate about helping our area, improving education, restoring Adult and Children's services to a high standard after Conservative cuts, and protecting the local environment.

During their time as councillors Henry and Stephen have worked hard to protect local services and help residents with their issues and ideas. Henry and Stephen are campaigning to solve the phosphate pollution issue across Somerset. They are the only people who can beat the Conservatives in Castle Cary Division and stop further Conservative cuts.

The Lib Dem plan for our area

Protect local services

In the face of irresponsible Conservative Government and County Council cuts to our funding, Liberal Democrat run District Councils have prevented cuts to our vital local services.

Improve our environment

The Liberal Democrats are actively improving our environment. We are investing in local parks, planting trees, and promoting renewable energy across Somerset.

Invest in our communities

Liberal Democrat run District Councils are investing millions in Town Centres across Somerset. We have also invested in local community centres, theatres and are working to improve our parks and green spaces.


Contact us

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 01935 425025


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