Greenwich Federation

Greenwich Conservatives' AGM held last night

Last night the Federation of Greenwich Conservatives held its third Annual General Meeting since inception in March 2003 at the Eltham Conservative Club, on Eltham High Street.  Graham Attwood chaired the meeting and presented the Annual Report

We will defend special needs schools in Greenwich

Today Alistair Craig placed his support behind a series of new Conservative policies to protect

Greenwich Conservatives' AGM this week

Greenwich Conservatives will be holding their Annual General Meeting this Thursday evening at the Eltham Conservative Club on Eltham High Street.  The meeting is open to all members of the Federation, and will start at 8.00pm. 

Action to cut council tax for older people

Alistair Craig this week welcomed new proposals to ease the burden of council tax on older people in Greenwich. Under the plans, the next Conservative Government will introduce an automatic 50% discount on council tax bills for those aged 65 and over, up to a maximum of £500. A discount already exists for single person households and many disabled people.

Greenwich Council's unnecessary tax rise

Greenwich Conservatives yesterday condemned the unnecessary and cynical tax rise by the Labour run Greenwich

Post Office saved in Coldharbour

The Mound Post office has been saved after a long campaign by Conservative councillors, residents and other campaigners.

Matrons to lead battle against hospital superbugs

Alistair Craig this week backed the action plan unveiled by Conservatives to improve hospit

Greenwich needs New York style policing to cut crime

Alistair Craig, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich & Woolwich, this week championed

Action needed for discipline in Greenwich schools

Alistair Craig, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich & Woolwich, this week welcomed the new five-point action plan launched by Conservatives designed to restore discipline to unruly school classrooms in Greenwich. As an illustration of falling standards, in Greenwich & Woolwich truancy has increased by 9% in primary schools, and by 53% in secondary schools since Labour came to power.


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