Lana Hylands, our Parliamentary Candidate for Esher and Walton, plus her dedicated agent Irene Threlkeld, led the way as we knocked on doors to introduce ourselves to supporters (some), non-supporters (one or two), and floating voters (a few).
Ordinary people like you and me have paid hard-earned money all their working lives for the care they and their families have come to depend on.
Tory @SCCLeader David Hodge said on Channel 4 news last week that he won’t make more cuts in social care because he has a responsibility to his constituents to supply it.
We have until 3rd March to make our comments on this planning application (Ref 2016/4099) on the Council’s Planning website: http://emaps.elmbridge.gov.uk/ebc_planning.aspx?requesttype=parseTemplate&template=SimpleSearchTab.tmplt
Charities should not be necessary in a civilised and wealthy country like ours.
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There are many deserving people in Walton and Hersham who need our help to change their lives for the better, or even just to keep things as decent as they are now.
Community Speedwatch is a locally driven initiative where active members of the community join together with the support of the Police to monitor speeds of vehicles using speed detection devices.
The peoples’ revolution is just around the corner; capitalism is about to be rejected; everyone should have a stake in globalisation.
Charities perform a great and necessary role in our society but they shouldn’t have to; we are a rich nation, it’s just a matter of sorting out our priorities.