CONSERVATIVE candidate for Trowbridge's Drynham ward Kam Reynolds says he represents a new approach to politics and has promised to be the voice of the people if he is selected into the role.

As well as Mr Reynolds, candidates from across the political sphere have stepped forward to become both a town and council ward councillor in the patch once kept by Graham Payne.

Mr Reynolds said: "The concerns of the community are around the rise in crime, services, litter and, for some, a disconnect between residents and the council. I genuinely want the best for our community. I really would like to start seeing younger members of the community coming forward to stand up for local people, as decisions that are made now will affect our children for many years. My question to residents of Drynham is this: Are you ready for a new approach to take our families into the future?"