Glyndon

Secretive Council refuses to publish Greenwich Time defence

Greenwich Council have refused to publish their defence to Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) of their propaganda rag ‘Greenwich Time’

Conservatives Attend Air Pollution Public Meeting

Wednesday evening (16th October) Deputy Leader of Greenwich Conservatives Cllr Nigel Fletcher and 2014 Conservative Candidate for Blackheath Westcombe Thomas Turrell attended the ‘No to Silvertown Tunnel’ public meeting to listen to the evidence against the tunnel.

A positive response to Conservatives from Glyndon

Greenwich University Conservatives helped out with Boris Johnson's Mayoral campaign today by helping to deliver newsletters in Glyndon Ward.

Does the MP for Greenwich and Woolwich not like Woolwich?

On Tuesday Chairman of Greenwich Conservatives Malcolm Reid, Leader of the Conservative Group Cllr Spencer Drury and GLA Candidate Cllr Alex Wilson attended the hearings held by the Boundary Commission at Lewisham Town Hall to consult over the proposed new parliamentary constituency boundaries.

 

Plumstead Train Station Action

When we hear Glyndon ward or Plumstead the word Conservative is not the first word to come to  mind but today 29th September 2011 Glyndon ward Conservatives took to Plumstead Train Station to hand out the back Boris oyster card holders and back Boris pledge leaflets.

Cllr Spencer Drury meets representatives of the South London Free School group

Leader of Greenwich Conservatives Cllr Spencer Drury met with Emrah Coskun and Jane Schubert of the South London Free School today.  The group aim to open a Free School in Woolwich to help serve the communities there.  You can visit their website at http://www.southlondonfreeschool.co.uk/. 

Woolwich Conservatives meet at the Dial Arch

This week Woolwich Conservatives met at the Dial Arch pub on the Royal Arsenal estate.  Anyone interested in helping Conservatives in Woolwich should contact the Greenwich Conservatives office.

Labour’s Social Housing crisis

The Labour Government and local Labour Council are failing the most vulnerable members of our community. Their crippling mismanagement of the social housing problem in Woolwich has caused a 75% increase in the waiting list, leaving many families suffering in overcrowded conditions. Like many other problems that face Woolwich today, the Labour Councillors seem to turn a blind eye.

Conservatives plan to cut crime in Woolwich

Woolwich suffers from high levels of violent crime and an existing Labour Councillor has described their Woolwich ward as the ‘murder capital of Greenwich’. However, not only have the Labour run Council failed to improve our safety but are planning to take even more police off the streets.

General Election 1997

Date: 
1 May, 1997 (All day)
Election held 1st May 1997    
     

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