April 2007

Website update: thanks a million

Yesterday saw the one millionth hit to greenwichconservatives.com in just over three years since our launch.


We now average over 400 unique vistors and nearly 2000 hits every day.


Congestion likely to get worse in Greenwich

Transport for London (TfL) have recently changed the operations times and procedures of the Blackwall Tunnel ending over 25 years of the Tidal Flow, which helped to reduce northbound congestion during the morning rush hour. This seemed to have been done hastily and was announced without the normal consultation with Greenwich Council by TfL.

Greenwich Conservatives campaign by the seaside

As there are no elections in London this year, a group from Greenwich Conservatives spent Saturday helping out council candidates in Brighton and Hove.


Andy Jennings selected for Greenwich and Lewisham

Kidbrooke with Hornfair Councillor Andy Jennings was last night selected on the first ballot as the Conservative candidate for the Greenwich and Lewisham constituency for next May's Greater London Assembly elections.


Ferrier Estate update from David Gold

David has written on his blog about the latest position on the Ferrier Estate.


Dinner with Ann Widdecombe MP

We are very please to announce that Ann Widdecombe will be guest at a supper event to be held in Eltham Town Centre on 21st July at 7pm




David Gold on Internet TV Channel

David Gold, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Eltham will be appearing on 18 Doughty Street, the internet based TV politics channel tonight from 10pm.


Fancy lunch with author Jo-Anne Nadler?

The speaker at the latest luncheon at the Shooters Hill Golf Club has been announced.  Jo-Anne Nadler will be the guest of honour at the event which takes place on 4th May at 12.30pm.



McDonalds Application for late night opening withdrawn

Eltham North Councillors were informed today that McDonalds have chosen to withdraw their application to open until 3am each week day and 5am at the weekends.  Eltham North Cllr Spencer Drury, who collected a petition of 250 signatures against the longer opening hours and presented it to a full Council meeting at the end of March said:

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