Mark Spencer

Politician

1970 –

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Who is Mark Spencer?

Mark Steven Spencer is an English Conservative Party politician. He was elected at the 2010 general election as the Member of Parliament for Sherwood.

Born in 1970, Spencer attended Lambley Primary School and Col Frank Seely School in Calverton. He then qualified at Shuttleworth Agricultural College in Bedfordshire, before joining the family farm business. A former dairy farm, the business has developed and now employs around 50 local people, growing potatoes, vegetables and producing free range eggs, beef and lamb. Spencer is a past Chairman of the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs.

In 2001 Spencer fought his first Nottinghamshire County Council seat for Hucknall and in 2003 he won a seat on Gedling District Council representing Ravenshead and he retained this seat in 2007. In 2005 Spencer took the Nottinghamshire County Council seat of Calverton for the Conservatives and in 2009 retained his seat with an increased majority. In 2006 Spencer was appointed Shadow Spokesman for Community Safety & Partnership for Nottinghamshire County Council and he currently represents the electorate on the four Parish Councils; Ravenshead, Calverton, Woodborough and Lambley.

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Born
Jan 20, 1970
United Kingdom
Nationality
  • United Kingdom

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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