One of the things I enjoy about campaigning is that you get to meet lots of people and the opportunity to help them with their issues. I have picked up lots of extra casework. One example of this is the eyesore that residents have been enduring on their estate due to a derelict property that has become a dumping ground for waste and the site has been ravaged by vandals. I will do all I can to make sure that this matter is looked at and see if we can get it cleaned up.
Weekly I do get lots of people writing in for various issues, but a common theme at the moment right across the constiteuncy is not only planning matters but also overgrown trees and bushes that are proving to be a problem for residents. If you do need any support please contact me and I will do all I can to help.
Whilst out campaigning for the local elections, my team of volunteers got caught in the rain a few times and so had a welcome stop at a few pubs including The Arkle in Morley. We were greeted by some passionate locals and we had a lively exchange of views on politics and putting the world to rights. We also dropped by at the Christchurch Fete in Lofthouse and dropped in to buy some homemade cakes.
22 May 2014
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