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Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 307||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
Name: Richard Harrison
Candidate for: Easington
Richard Harrison left school to take on a dairy farm and has grown it into a successful and diverse rural enterprise, including food production, food processing, commercial and residential property and a residential care farm.
His organic food is now supplied across the UK and his business works in conjunction with The Country Trust and the RSPB.
Mr Harrison has recently founded a residential care farm, with a care provider, and is working to provide care and vocational training, including animal assisted therapy, to young people. He hopes to extend a care provision to other sectors of the community.
His interests include Latin American dancing - he is a past cha cha cha national champion - music from the swinging 60s through rock and jazz to modern pop and playing the drums (he regrets not having the time to be in a band). He is a national debating finalist and enjoys judging from time to time.
He was born in 1975 and is married to Rachael. They are expecting their first child in October.
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