Press Release: 24/03/19. For Immediate Release
Re: Christchurch Labour Party Candidate Launch
On Saturday 23rd March Christchurch Labour Party officially launched their campaign for the 2019 BCP Council election on 2nd May, with a well-attended campaign stall on Christchurch High Street.
This coincided with the launch of their local manifesto for Christchurch, highlighting some of the key areas and issues that Labour Councillors will look to tackle if elected, and the kind of ideas that this area needs to ensure things get better here as a result of this widely unpopular merger, and we do not end up with Tory domination from Bournemouth.
The manifesto has been created from months of knocking on doors and talking with local residents about what affects them, and so reflects the real issues people face.
Christchurch Labour is committing to “honesty, integrity, and openness” and want to see more transparency from the Council and make it more accessible for local people to see and understand how decisions are made and based on what information.
You can find more information on their manifesto and candidates at www.christchurchlabour.org
Candidates for the Christchurch Labour Party are:
Christchurch Town – Bob Hope and David Munnik
Commons – Pete Stokes and Antoinette Pearce
Burton & Grange – Claire Wade and Andrew Dunne
Mudeford, Stanpit and West Highcliffe – Jill Hope and Will Deans
Highcliffe and Walkford – Kathryn Boniface and Roger Boniface