August 2011

Eltham North Committee Member Janet Clark meets Boris

On Wednesday last week Eltham North Committee member Janet Clark was one of a lucky few who got to meet Mayor of London Boris Johnson and discuss the important issues of the day.  Janet won the prize as a result of donating £12 to the Back Boris re-election campaign.  Janet said "It was very interesting to meet Boris and to hear about plans first hand".

Cllr Spencer Drury at the Well Hall Pleasaunce Family Fun Day

Eltham North Councillor joins Keith and Rita Billingshurst of the Progress Residents' Association under cover at the Well Hall Pleasaunce Family Fun Day. 

Councillor Drury visits the Eltham Park Festival

On Saturday Eltham North Councillor Spencer Drury attended the alternately washed out and then sun bathed Eltham Park Festival.  The Festival was held in aid of the Jimmy Mizen Foundation, Friends of Eltham Park, Help Harry Walk and A touch above riot relief. 

Tea and Cake in Eltham North

Eltham North Ward Conservatives celebrated the English summer with a rain drenched gathering.  At the 'Tea and Cake' afternoon members of Eltham North ward were joined by their three Councillors (Spencer Drury, Nigel Fletcher and Dermot Poston) and GLA candidate for Greenwich and Lewisham Cllr Alex Wilson.  There were a tremendous range of cakes and we are really grateful to those who put so much effort into making them.

Eltham Councillors speak to traders over riot fears

Conservative Councillors have visited Eltham High Street to talk to traders about fears of violence spreading from other parts of London, and thanked the police for their efforts to protect the community.  (L-R): Councillors Matt Clare and Adam Thomas (Eltham South ward); Councillor Nigel Fletcher (Eltham North ward).

Greenwich Conservatives condemn violence

Greenwich Conservatives have condemned the widespread violence and looting that has affected many parts of Greenwich Borough. Shops in Woolwich have been vandalised, the Great Harry pub set on fire, and emergency services have come under attack. Other criminal incidents have been reported in Charlton, Eltham, Blackheath and other areas.

Conservatives continue campaign to keep New Eltham tidy on litter pick

Conservative councillors from Coldharbour and New Eltham and Eltham South were out in force at New Eltham Library on a litter pick to keep the grounds of the library looking neat and tidy for users and the local community.

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