Littering and fly tipping is as high as ever it seems. From the verges of our roads to our treasured parks and town centre, litter is a big problem in Swanley and beyond. Continue reading Littering Our Communities
The new July 2019 Sentinel is out. You can view it here. Continue reading July 2019 Sentinel
Yesterday KCC debated Councillor Martin Whybrow’s motion to declare a climate emergency. Continue reading Update on Get Kent County Council to Declare a Climate Emergency
Thank you to those people who showed their support in the election of 2nd May. It is indeed a privilege to serve as a Labour District and Town Councillor for St. Mary’s Ward. Continue reading Jackie Griffiths’ Report
A record 1.6 million food bank parcels have been handed out over the past year according to recent reports from the Trussell Trust. This is a rise of 19% on the previous year, with over 500,000 going to children alone. Continue reading Foodbank usage on the rise!
Without your vote at the local elections on May 2nd, your voice of opposition to disastrous Tory rule will not be heard. Issues on climate change, lack of affordable housing and tuition fees will not become mainstream without your action at the ballot box. Continue reading Young People – Swanley Needs You!
We need a parish council which campaigns not only for improvements in Hextable but in Swanley too, where many residents access shopping and leisure facilities. Continue reading Time for Change in Hextable
I would welcome the opportunity to serve the people of St Mary’s Ward at local level and represent them at district level. I Continue reading Jackie Griffiths: Labour Candidate for St. Mary’s District & Town Council
I wish to stand as your Labour councillor to help give a voice to those marginalised in our community. To understand and help those whose voices are silenced in the pursuit of profit. Continue reading Charlie Zahra – Labour candidate for White Oak District & Town Council
Our candidates for the district and town local elections on Thursday 2nd May 2019. Continue reading Your Labour Candidates