Greenwich Federation

Public Meeting - Oliver Letwin MP - English Votes for English Laws?

Monday, 19 January, 2015 - 19:00 to 20:00
Oliver Letwin (MP for West Dorset) was appointed to the Cabinet in 2014 as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and is coming to Eltham prior to the election to discuss whether Scottish MPs should be able to vote on English issues with local residents - all are invited and entry is free.

Sort It, Southeastern campaign featured on BBC Radio 5 Live

Conservative candidate Matt Hartley's campaign to secure improvements in the service local commuters receive from Southeastern trains was featured on BBC Radio 5 Live on Sunday, after more than 500 people have signed his Sort it, Southeastern petition.

Tackling London's patchy mobile problem

London MEP Syed Kamall launches a hi-tech campaign to tackle poor mobile reception in parts of London.

“Confusion, Hypocrisy and Misrepresentation”: Council’s response to closing historic Club

Campaigners fighting for the Rochester Way Club in Eltham to be re-opened after the council suddenly closed it earlier in the year, were given two contrasting answers from Labour Councillors at the Full Council on Wednesday.

Berkeley Homes brief Conservatives on Kidbrooke Village development

This week Cllr Spencer Drury, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for the Eltham constituency met with Berkeley Homes to discuss progress so far on the Kidbrooke Village and the way that they hoped the rest of the development would go. This followed a visit by Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for Housing and Planning to the development earlier in the week.

'Restore our War Memorials' Campaign forces Council to commit to restoration

Following a high profile campaign to restore Greenwich’s war memorials led by Parliamentary Candidate Cllr Spencer Drury, Greenwich Council has committed to the restoration of the borough's war memorials according to statements made on Wednesday by the Council Leader and Cabinet Member. The Councillors’ statements are a tacit admission that the war memorials remain in a poor state, but as the restoration plan has not been published, it is hard to judge whether this is a serious attempt to address the problem or a press release rushed out prior to Remembrance Sunday.

Spencer Drury: “Don’t just focus tourism spending on Greenwich Town Centre”

Conservative Councillor Spencer Drury has criticised Labour run Greenwich Council's decision to focus all of its tourism budget on Greenwich town centre.

Dinner with Lord Grade

Thursday, 22 January, 2015 - 19:30
'Dinner with Lord Grade' Thursday 22nd January 2015, 7:30 for 8pm Royal Blackheath Golf Club, Court Road, Eltham, SE9 5AF Price: £50pp, tables of 10 people available to book


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