Liberal Democrats choose Peterborough parliamentary candidate

The Liberal Democrats have selected Beki Sellick as their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Peterborough. The engineer fought the seat in the 2017 election, finishing third with 1,597 votes.

Saturday, 1st September 2018, 7:00 am
Updated Monday, 3rd September 2018, 12:19 pm
Beki Sellick stood next to Cllr Nick Sandford

She said: “I’m an ordinary person who’s had a variety of jobs - nationalised and privatised, shop floor and management, full-time and part-time, redundant. And then I started my own business in Peterborough two years ago.

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

“I’ve lived in central Peterborough for 10 years. I work from home. My family and I use our public health and education services where I’ve contributed as a school governor and on our local NHS patient participation group.

“I chair our residents association where we run a monthly community café.”

Mrs Sellick said she wants “people to have the power to make the most of their lives,” adding: “As your MP I would do my best for Peterborians, responding promptly to anyone who needs my help.”