Greenwich & Woolwich

Canvassing on the Coldbath Estate

Last weekend Spencer joined Greenwich West Conservatives - including Mary Harries (third from left) and Simon Gallie (fifth from left) - as they canvassed opinion on the Coldbath Estate.  In particular, Conservatives asked about the building of new homes on the site of old garages (shown in the picture behind the group) which had been agreed but where residents seemed not to have been consulted.  In general there appeared to be widespread support for the idea, although there were people concerned about parking, about the lack of a community centre and who would be allocated the home

Shocking numbers needing emergency dental treatment across Greenwich

From Spencer Drury, PPC for Greenwich & Woolwich

New official figures expose consequences of lack of access to NHS dentists

The Ministry of Truth has come to Woolwich

From Spencer Drury, PPC for Greenwich & Woolwich

As a huge screen undergoes testing in General Gordon Square in Woolwich, Conservatives today drew comparisons between George Orwell’s picture of a totalitarian state and Greenwich Council’s policies.

Labour leaves Woolwich Estates to rot

From Spencer Drury, PPC for Greenwich & Woolwich

Olympic Consultation in Greenwich Park

From Spencer Drury, PPC for Greenwich & Woolwich

Expenses for Greenwich Councillors

From Spencer Drury, PPC for Greenwich & Woolwich

Conservatives back ‘Save the Pub’ Campaign

Greenwich & Woolwich's Parliamentary Spokesman Spencer Drury has backed the campaigns to “Save the Great British Pub” With nearly 6 pubs closing every day of the week and 2,000 shutting nationally in the last year, the ’Axe the Tax’ campaign is campaigning to stop Chancellor putting even more tax on beer.


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