Parish councillor Darryl Sankey to stand in Ingatestone, Fryerning and Mountnessing ward

January 31, 2020 12:20 PM

Darryl Sankey, Ingatestone

Darryl Sankey

Darryl Sankey, parish councillor, community stalwart and retired accountant, has been selected to fight the Ingatestone, Fryerning & Mountnessing borough council seat in May 2020.

Darryl stood last year and increased his vote by 20% compared with the previous year, coming within just 73 votes of winning.

A resident of Ingatestone for 23 years with his wife and family, Darryl is actively involved in the local community and church.

Cllr David Kendall said:

"Darryl is a popular and familiar face in Ingatestone, Fryerning & Mountnessing and residents would be fortunate to have him representing them. He has worked hard to get in to a winning position and, in my view and clearly in the view of the 752 people that voted for him last year, he would be an excellent representative. It really is time to put political party aside in this ward and elect the best candidate for the job".


Local elections for one third of Brentwood's council seats takes place from 7am until 10pm on Thursday 7 May 2020. You can register to vote or apply for a postal or proxy vote here. You will also find information on where to vote.

If you have any questions or want to let us know you are supporting us please email Candidates@brentwoodlibdems.org.uk.

Darryl Sankey (R) in Ingatestone in November, visiting residents to discuss local issues with Cllr Mark Lewis and Cllr David Kendall

Darryl Sankey (R) in Ingatestone in November, visiting residents to discuss local issues with Cllr Mark Lewis and Cllr David Kendall