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May elections focus: Pat Morton in Eastwood

Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be introducing our various candidates for the Notts County Council elections on 4th May.

Today, we introduce Pat Morton, who will be contesting the Eastwood ward on behalf of the Green Party. 154 more words

Elections

May elections: campaigning now underway

Broxtowe Green Party have started campaigning for this May’s County Council elections, which take place on Thursday 4th May.

Over the next four weeks we’ll be out and about knocking on doors and delivering leaflets. 65 more words

Campaigns

Omelet Breakfast Silent Auction RESULTS

The 2017 Omelet Breakfast was a HUGE success thanks to the efforts of volunteers, 4-H staff, and 4-H clubs! The 4-H County Council’s Omelet Breakfast efforts centered on cooking omelets, a bakesale, and a silent auction to raise money for 4-H Fair. 197 more words

4-H

Progressive Alliance in Guildford?

In a previous post I discussed Progressive Alliances and what they were. There was a possibility for a Progressive Alliance in Guildford but it would have required strong support from all parties involved and a willingness to stand down in potentially winnable seats for those on the left. 150 more words

County Council

County leaders get progress report on trail system

County councillors got a comprehensive look Wednesday at four years of progress on a system of paths and trails that allows residents to walk, run and cycle at a safe distance from motor vehicle traffic. 387 more words

Local News

Wasatch Environmental Update; Salt Lake County Council Issues

Wasatch Environmental Update for March 12, 2017

By John Worlock, Member of the Board of Directors of Save Our Canyons

Salt Lake County Council Issues… 385 more words

Save Our Canyons

CELEBRATION OR CONCERN OVER CHILDREN'S CENTRE CHANGES?

March News 2017

Rose Hill Children and Family Centre to continue open access services

By Anna Missa (Mother & resident)

Parents and carers are celebrating the news that Rose Hill Children and Family Centre will continue to provide Council-funded open access services to families with young children aged 0-5 years old. 589 more words