Sandra Gisley MP

Liberal Democrat MP for Romsey

Sandra Gidley is Liberal Democrat MP of Romsey. She was elected in 2000. She is now Shadow Health spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats. Sandra is a qualified pharmacist and became a fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in 2008. Before becoming an MP she managed a busy pharmacy store. Born in Wales, she was educated at Eggars Grammar School in Alton, Hampshire; the Afcent International School in Brunssum, Netherlands; and the Windsor School in Hamm, Germany. Sandra took her Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Bath in 1978 and worked as a pharmacist and pharmacy manager from 1990 until her election to Westminster in 2000. Sandra joined the Liberal Democrats in 1994 and was elected as a councillor to the Test Valley Borough Council in 1995. In 1997 Sandra became the youngest female Mayor of Romsey, and in 2000 she was elected to the House of Commons at a by-election following the death of the Conservative MP, Michael Colvin

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