It’s a busy week this coming week! All things Labour and plenty of interest for those interest in politics!
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY TO ALL OUR MEMBERS!
Monday 11th February 2019: 7.30 pm for all CLP Members: The Campaign Meeting, at the Teignmouth Social Club, 1 the Den, Teignmouth. TQ14 8BG
This meeting is for all members from all branches and at which we will take the first steps in planning the campaign to get our candidates elected on May 2nd 2019 for town and district councils. Come along if you are a candidate, and come along if you are a member who might be able to help leaflet, offer other skills like telephoning, or canvassing, or show support and give ideas.
Tuesday 12th February 2019: 7.30 pm for Dawlish Branch Members, at the Brunswick Arms, EX79PB
This meeting is a chance to revive the Dawlish Branch and help Dawlish members become active and get their candidate elected. Dylan Large is standing as a candidate for Dawlish North and Central, and will need some help with his campaign.
Thursday 14th February: 7.30 pm, the February All Member CLP Meeting, Kingsteignton Community Hall, Mary Hall Suite, Rydon Road, Kingsteignton, TQ12 3LP:
Welcoming all members to an interesting, themed meeting, after a small amount of business, including a motion on Immigration and repatriation presented by Bruce Mattock, (the wording of which is copied below) the meeting will swing into true Valentine’s evening style, and we will be exploring “Compassion in Politics” – think about the media, austerity policies, benefits, immigration and repatriation, homelessness, the poverty report, the cuts to vital services, attitude to party politics, and individuals involved in politics. The big question is about the lack of compassion across all of these, and particularly to do with Tory Policy. How do we change this? How do we present ourselves as political members?
Saturday 16th February, 11.00 am – 1.00 pm The Labour Manifesto Road Show: at The Strand Community Centre Dawlish, 15 The Strand, Dawlish EX7 9PS.
Hear James Osben, Bruce Mattock and Marilyn Warrener speak, about the UN Poverty Report, and about housing and homelessness locally. How can you help? What is the local Labour Party doing? Find out at the meeting.
Quick diary dates with “where to meet” details later! Wednesday 20th February, 7.30 pm, canvassing in Teignmouth, 6.00 pm and Thursday 21st, 7.30 pm canvassing in Newton Abbot
Street Stall on Saturday 23rd 10.30 – 12.30 in Teignmouth, Bank Street, joining forces with Unite. Come and join us and be part of it, talking to people, spreading the word.