Please Support my Campaign for Election to the County Council

I’m currently running a fundraiser for my campaign to be elected to the county council in May and I’d really appreciate it if you could share the link below around to as many people as possible.

Elect Ian Middleton to Oxfordshire County Council – a Politics crowdfunding project in Kidlington by Ian Middleton (

Even if you can’t afford to donate yourself, just sharing this pages may inspire others to donate and, as the saying goes, every little helps!

I’m standing as a county councillor because so many things that I’ve tried to do as a District Councillor have ended up being under the purview of the County Council. Problems with roads, cycle paths, flooding and other county wide issues are raised with me frequently and I do my best to deal with them. But the stumbling block is often that the county council tends to be less receptive to me as a District Councillor leaving me with very little in the way of influence.

If I sat on the county council I think so many of the things I work and campaign for, not least tackling important issues like climate change, would be far easier to get done.

To that end I hope you’ll feel able to support me in some way, either by donating to and sharing my fundraiser or hopefully helping out in other practical ways like delivering leaflets or letters, filling envelopes, or maybe helping with door knocking or telephone canvassing. If you’d like to help just email me at

There’s always lots to do and in the compressed timescale that the pandemic has forced us into, even less time to do it now. There’s less than 2 months to go, but it’s 2 months in which we can all make a difference to our own lives and those of others!


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