Alison Lynch has announced that she is standing for election to the House of Keys in September in the constituency
of Middle.

Having served on the Board of Marown Commissioners for over nine years, Mrs Lynch said that she feels that the time is right to take her Local Authority experience further.

Mrs Lunch currently works for Döhle Corporate and Trust Services at Fort Anne and has done for over 14 years. Along with her husband, Martin, a Charge Nurse for the Renal Community Service on the Isle of Man, Alison lives in Crosby and says she is ‘extremely proud of the Parish of Marown and the Constituency of Middle’.

She said she feels that she can make a positive contribution addressing challenges that the Isle of Man faces and can use her more than nine years of Local Authority experience.

Mrs Lynch joins David Fowler, Keiran Hannifin, Stu Peters and Jane Poole-Wilson MLC in announcing their intention to contest the Middle constituency.

The General Election is on Thursday September 23. If you’re planning to vote, make sure you’re registered and if you’re planning to stand, make sure you let Gef know by emailing

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