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T: 023 8086 4500
M: 075 4532 5209
E: dharrison100@aol.com

Councillor Davod Harrison

Welcome Matt!

Cllr Matt Kangarani
Cllr Matt Kangarani

It’s a headline I couldn’t resist. Totton Councillor Matt Kangarani has decided to leave the conservative party and has joined the Liberal Democrats.

Matt is a very successful businessman, owning two businesses in Totton as well another in Dibden Purlieu.

He has served with me on Totton & Eling Town Council for some years, always making a significant and useful contribution.

I was delighted when Matt approached me saying that he felt that he would be much more comfortable as a member of my party and so I quickly welcomed him to the fold!

The door is always open, especially for others who have experience working as a Councillor.

We still have some vacancies for candidates for the elections due to take place in May next year.

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