Desborough Town Council by-elections (Thursday 3rd May 2018)

 

Desborough Town Council by-elections

(Thursday 3rd May 2018)

Desborough residents want their council back !


QUICK LINKS

  1. Contact Desborough Labour Party (click here)
  2. Where do I go to vote? (click here)
  3. Information about Labours position on local issues (click here)
  4. Social Media Statement (click here)
  5. Don’t lose your voice (voter registration, Postal Votes and Proxy votes) (click here)
  6. Fake News (click here)
  7. ‘Vote Labour’ Window poster (click here)
  8. The Conservatives took control of the Town Council in 2003. What did they say they would do for the town? (click here)
  9. Desborough Labour Party warned of threat to the Library in 2012 (click here)
  10. Labour has been supporting the Library for years (click here)
  11. Labour warns what could happen with the Parish Precept in 2008 (click here)
  12. The Rose Spring 2016 (Click Here)
  13. The Rose Spring 2017 (Click here)
  14. Labour in Desborough – A proud history (click here)
  15. Desborough Labour Party leaflet, 2015 town Council elections (Loatland)  (St Giles)
  16. St Giles ward map – http://data.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/doc/7000000000007556
  17. Desborough Labour Party archive index (click here)
  18. Loatland Ward map – http://data.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/doc/7000000000007558
  19. What is happening  at Northamptonshire County Council (a bullet point guide)

Scroll down for Leaflets, candidate information and contact details.


Labour leaflet No 1

Click below for PDF version

Desborough Town Council By elections 3rd May 2018 (Loatland Ward)

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Desborough Town Council By elections 3rd May 2018 (St Giles Ward)

Labour leaflet No 2

At every election over the years the Desborough Labour Party  has set out its position on a wide range of issues that matter to local residents. Not a ‘wish list’ of non-achievable goals but a serious statement of what we will campaign for and our core values in a local setting.

  • What we stand for
  • Why it matters
  • What we will do
  • Why your vote is important

In this leaflet we have set out our position on the main issues in our community and hope that this information is of interest to local electors (see below). If you want further information or wish to contact Desborough Labour Party the contact details are at the bottom of this page.

PDF version (click on)-  Loatlands P1 & 4         St Gies and Loatland Centre pages        St Gies P1&4

CANDIDATES 

(click on the names below for information about  / blogs from each candidate)

Loatland Ward

Gareth Coe

Andy Coleman

Tim Healy

Jo Watson

St Giles Ward

Paul Coles

Ben King

Phil Sawford

Jo Taylor

Rikki Tod

Helen Wood


Contact Candidates

With ten candidates standing for election we have decided to keep things simple by having one central point of contact. If you want to make a comment or ask a particular candidate a question simply use the contact e-mail or phone number below and your message will be passed to the relevant person for a response.

(Please help us to ensure that your comments, queries etc, reach the correct person by including your name, postal address and contact details in any communication. We may not respond if this information is not included)

E-Mail: joanne@www.ketteringlabourparty.org

 Tel: 01536 506580


 

Promoted by: Phil Sawford C/o Kettering Constituency Labour Party, 12b Market Street, Kettering, Northants, NN16 0AH.

On behalf of: The Labour Party Candidates for the Desborough St Giles Ward, (Paul Coles, Ben King, Phil Sawford, Jo Taylor, Richard Tod, Helen Wood) C/o Kettering Constituency Labour Party, 12b Market Street, Kettering, Northants, NN16 0AH. Also on behalf of: The Labour Party Candidates for the Desborough Loatland Ward (Gareth Coe, Andy Coleman, Tim Healy, Joanne Watson) C/o Kettering Constituency Labour Party, 12b Market Street, Kettering, Northants, NN16 0AH.

 

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