The Waltham Forest and North London NHA groups invite you to meet Kathryn Anderson and join her parliamentary campaign in Chingford and Woodford Green for the 2015 General Election.
I’m Kathryn Anderson and I’m writing to introduce myself and to ask you to assist my campaign team for next year’s General Election. You may have already seen that I’m the prospective parliamentary candidate for the NHA in the constituency of Chingford and Woodford Green where Iain Duncan Smith is the current MP.
We are holding a meeting on Monday 8th December at 7pm. The venue is the Duke of Wellington Pub, 119 Balls Pond Road, N1 4BL. The meeting room is accessible.
The aim of the meeting will be to organise on-the-ground assistance with street stalls, leafleting, etc. If you’re not in a position to be out and about perhaps you could help with our social media campaign. I’m sure we can find lots to do whether you can offer a regular commitment in the run up to the election or just an odd hour every now and then.
I’m inviting members and supporters from a wider area than just the constituency. As you know the party isn’t in a position to stand many candidates and we welcome local campaigners who are willing to lend a hand, or who just want to stay connected.
If you’d like to know more please get in contact via NHAPartyWF@gmail.com or contact me directly via firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to meeting you on the 8th.
You can read more about Kathryn here.
The venue can easily be reached from the constituency, is a short bus ride or walk from the Victoria Line at Highbury & Islington or from the overground stations in Dalston, London Fields or Hackney Downs. For further directions to the Duke of Wellington please follow this link.
For details on the NHAP website, please see the link here.
Meet Kathryn Anderson, prospective NHA candidate for Chingford and Woodford Green in the 2015 General Election.
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You can read more about Charlotte Monro’s story here.
From the Reinstate Charlotte Campaign:
Please come along to support Charlotte Monro on the first day of her tribunal on 23 September.
This is the plan so far:
Assemble from 9.15-9.30
Location Anchorage House, 2 Clove Crescent, London E14 2BE.
Nearest stations East India Dock on Docklands Light Railway : – Follow footbridge and signs for Mulberry House
There is a large space outside the tribunal building and as long as we don’t cause an obstruction and move if asked, all should go well.
Plan is to gather near entrance on the way in for a supportive presence. Dignified and not noisy is the idea. The campaign is bringing some placards and the Reinstate Charlotte banner. Other campaign banners are welcome but we would prefer to avoid party banners and literature. We have been warned that too much noise might turn the judge against us.
The tribunal starts at 10.00.
We need any good photographers to take a few pictures, then share them with the campaign. If there is anyone coming who could do this let us know, just to be more sure in addition to our photographer.
The first morning of the tribunal will mostly be just the panel reading the papers, so it may not be interesting or useful to sit in on tribunal then. The tribunal is held in public. People can sit in the public seats but the number is limited to about 16.
The tribunal is expected to go on for four days, we may get a decision on Friday.
If you have any questions please contact the campaign email address: email@example.com
Many thanks for all your support
Reinstate Charlotte Monro Campaign
Fair Pay for NHS Staff Join the National Day of Protest
UNISON members at Whipps Cross Hospital, the union for nurses, therapists, and support staff, have called a protest for this Thursday, June 5th from 12 till 2 pm, outside the main entrance to the site, near Whipps Cross roundabout
Come and stand with NHS workers – no to low pay, no to cuts and no to privatisation!
Hospital workers are angry that the miserly 1% pay rise they offered this year will not even be implemented for many NHS staff. The below inflation pay rise means that workers get poorer every year. Many workers at Whipps have already seen their pay down banded because of government cuts and to fund the massive PFI debt for the new hospital at Whitechapel.
But the fight brewing in the NHS isn’t just over wages – low pay goes hand-in-hand with making our hospital services attractive for private companies to bid for