Dursley residents have launched a campaign – and a Facebook page – to save Treetops Nursery in the town.
Labour Party members in Berkeley, Cam and Dursley have selected their candidates – Natalie Bennett and Wendy Thomas – to stand in next year’s Gloucestershire County Council elections.
We’re lucky in our Labour community that we look out for each other – let’s extend that care to our neighbours to ensure they’re safe too.
Speaking to local residents at the weekend, the biggest issue raised was the dangerous state of the road.
Jobs, cheaper transport links and truly affordable housing are needed if rural areas are to be able to thrive and attract younger people to stay in our communities, Danae Savvidou told a Labour Party conference in Bristol last weekend.
Councillors and local Labour Party members are to write to Lloyds Bank asking them to reconsider their decision to close the Dursley branch.
We’re pleased that David Drew MP will be in Cam on Sunday 20 October to talk to Labour Party members and strong supporters about what is currently happening in Parliament, our party’s vision for the future and why he is so passionate about securing a Labour government.
Labour Party members in Cam, Dursley and Berkeley have condemned plans to suppress voter turnout in general and local elections by forcing people to show photo ID at the polling station.
A Dursley mother yesterday took to the national stage to accuse the Conservative government of turning the welfare state into a trap of ‘pain, suffering and humiliation’.
As part of a weekend of events across the country this weekend, Cam is planning to bring people from the local community together to show, in the words of Jo Cox, that we have ‘more in common than that which divides us’.