Craig Martin

City of Durham

Craig Martin is a passionate and hard-working member of the community. He has lived in County Durham his entire life and went to school at Park View Community School. Craig studied Physics at The University of York and used his degree to become a science teacher. He completed his teacher training at Durham University and has worked at a variety of schools across the North East.

In his spare time Craig runs a scout troop, helping teenagers fulfil their potential and broaden their horizons with a varied programme of extracurricular activities. During his time at university Craig was elected as a student representative and led the largest Liberal Youth group in the country at the last General Election.

As a Lib Dem campaigner Craig has focused on bringing growth and jobs to the local area. He has a strong record working with small businesses to promote their success and encourage local apprenticeship schemes. Protecting the green belt is also a key part of Craig’s campaign agenda.

Contact

Twitter:

@cmartinLD

Email:

craigmartin4durham@gmail.com

 Facebook:  facebook.com/craigmartin4durhamcity
 

 

 

 

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