- Lindsay Whittle
Lindsay Whittle is a Welsh politician and member of
Plaid Cymrustanding for election in the National Assembly for Wales election, 2007for the Caerphilly constituency.
Lindsay Whittle was born in
Caerphilly( "Caerffili" ) in 1953 and lives in Abertridwr. Lindsay Whittle has stood for Plaid in many elections and is "Group Leader of Plaid Cymru on Caerphilly County Borough Council".
Lindsay Whittle has worked as a Housing Manager in
Cardiff( "Caerdydd" ) for twenty-five years and is a committed campaigner for high housing standards. Lindsay Whittle's political interests include housing, although he is also concerned with living standardsfor the elderlyand homelessness.
In his spare time, Lindsay enjoys gardening and
exploringlocal history, and is an ardent rugby fan.
* [http://www.plaidcymru.org/ Plaid Cymru Website]
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