Mike Foster

Mike Foster was born in Epping in 1962. In 1979 at the age of 16 Mike joined the Royal Air Force and in 1985, during his time serving in the RAF, Mike moved to Yorkshire and worked at RAF Linton-On Ouse. For the last 27 years Mike has lived in the Leeds area where he has worked in retail management with ASDA and as a line manager for Coca-Cola.

Mike retired from Coke in 2016 and since then has worked part time in the local community, assisting people living with dementia and their families. Mike has been a member of the Conservative Party since 2017, having felt that Labour no longer represents ordinary working families. In his spare time, Mike enjoys walking his dogs and learning to play the guitar.

Mike is passionate about standing up for his local area, questioning why the residents of Ardsley and Robin Hood have been left behind and ignored by the council for too long, if elected he is keen to improve local transport and fight for sustainable housing, not simply urban sprawl

You can follow this link to find Mike's Facebook page, where he regularly posts his thoughts on current events and local issues: https://www.facebook.com/MikeFoster4ARH/


Local Election Candidates 2019

Local Elections are being held in all the wards in our constituency, both for Leeds City Council and Wakefield District Council 

Nominations have now closed and we officially have candidates in all five wards! 

Morley North:

Cameron Stephenson

Morley South:

Mike Foster Supports Help Save Haigh Woods Campaign

Mike Foster and Andrea Jenkyns MP have written a letter to the Chief Planning Officer in support of the Help Save Haigh Wood Campaign. Mike has long since supported this campaign, and last year joined with the community on the march and litter pick at Ardsley Res.