SOPWELL

 

ON 2ND MAY, VOTE TWICE FOR LABOUR, FOR IAIN GRANT AND EILEEN HARRIS, FOR 3 LABOUR COUNCILLORS WORKING FOR YOU

VOTE TO RE-ELECT EILEEN HARRIS FOR LABOUR ON 2nd MAY

Eileen has been a Sopwell District Councillor since 2003, She has worked hard for residents on enviromental issues, planning concerns, community safety and the needs of the elderly and young people in the ward. She makes regular visits to residents, holds monthly surgeries in St Julian’s Church Hall and responds immediately to any issues causing concern to local people. Eileen in a governor of Mandeville School and the Sopwell and Verulam Children’s Centre. She works as an adviser for a national advice agency.

Iain Grant

VOTE FOR IAIN GRANT FOR LABOUR ON 2nd MAY

Iain Grant represented Sopwell Ward as a District Councillor from 2014 to 2018. Having lived in the ward for over 20 years, he is passionate about ensuring the District Council plays its full part in supporting and empowering our community. As councillor, he fought to get the Cottonmill level crossing reopened in 2015 and subsequently to keep it open, worked to get a proper surface laid for the nearby Leyland Avenue/Alban Way footpath, and was also very involved in ensuring delivery of the play area on Holyrood Crescent. He strongly supports the efforts by the CASH group to achieve a proper community hub for Sopwell.

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JANET SMITH

A well-known face around Sopwell, Janet has been actively involved in the local community as a councillor and campaigner for many years. Janet is best known for her work with Age Concern and the setting up of the door-to-door bus service to Sainsbury’s for the over 55s, as well as being an active member of the local Credit Union and running the Young Savers Bank at Mandeville School.

As a councillor and campaigner she has championed, among many other things, better recycling facilities, safer streets, greener verges and more grit bins.

  One Response to “SOPWELL”

  1. Congratulations Eileen on your win in Sopwell, a ray of light in a dismal few days since last Wednesday. The next few years will difficult for all of us who believe in fairness across the spectrum but the party will survive and regenerate. Strategy for overhauling a 100 seat majority should start almost immediately with the new leader. The importance of aspiration seemed to be lacking or if it was, it was not correctly or emphasised enough during the campaign.
    Again well done on shoving the Lib/Dems into second place where they deserve to be.
    Best wishes
    Malcolm and Valerie Proudley (Labour Party members)

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