February 2007

Grab-All Labour

The Labour administration of Greenwich Council refuses to allow local Councillors seats on an important Greenwich-Lewisham committee which helps to organise the upkeep of Blackheath. Since the local elections in May 2006 there have been two Conservative Councillors in Blackheath Westcombe (Cllr Geoff Brighty and Cllr Alex Wilson), to one Labour Councillor.

Happy Chinese New Year


Greenwich Conservatives wish all our Chinese readers a very happy and prosperous New Year of the Golden Boar.

 

Congratulations and be prosperous!

 

 

 

 

David Gold helping out in Cancer Research shop

David Gold will be visiting the Cancer Research UK shop at 171 High Street, Eltham tomorrow between 10am and 5pm to get his hands dirty with the volunteers at the shop.

Forthcoming Event: Eltham Question Time


The Bob Hope Theatre will be hosting Eltham Question Time on Tuesday 27th March, where David Gold will open and close what we think will be a lively and interesting discussion.

 

On the panel:

 

Ferrier Estate Leaseholder and Tenants AGM

Last night, David Gold attended the Ferrier Estate Leaseholders and Tenants AGM at the Community Centre last night at the invitation of the residents.  Cllr Chris Taylor represented the Conservative Group. 

  

Queen Mother's Tree Replaced

A tree planted on the Pond Road Estate to commemorate the Queen Mother's 100th Birthday, which unfortunately didn't survive the rigours of its SE London base, has been replaced.  Councillor Geoff Brighty, who took part in the original tree planting ceremony, was keen to see the tree replaced when he was re-elected to represent the area in May 2006. 

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