Labour members have been petitioning in Salisbury Avenue and the surrounding roads, after residents complained about drivers speeding down this residential road. Continue reading Stopping the Speeding in Salisbury Avenue
With 2017 now well underway I believe that the Foodbank is making meaningful strides in embedding itself within the local community. Continue reading Newsletter
Here Labour’s Jackie Griffiths takes up an important health and safety issue in a road in White Oak. She has approached the authorities about problems with the external electric and gas boxes on the outside of the maisonettes and flats. Continue reading There’s just one day to go until Polling Day!
Let’s get our town up to scratch. Let’s have a town to be proud of again, a place for our community to flourish. A good community helps to promote good health. Continue reading Message from Jackie Griffiths
It’s time the eyesore of the derelict Birchwood School site was dealt with. Continue reading Time for action on the Birchwood School site
Jackie Griffiths supporting the Swanley Italian Market. Continue reading Supporting Swanley
Labour’s Jackie Griffiths is pictured with a dumped ASDA shopping trolley in The Spinney. One of the first tasks Jackie will have if she is elected to Swanley Town Council on Thursday March 2nd is to encourage ASDA to do more to collect their trolleys. Continue reading 8 Days to go
Just ten days to go to the Swanley White Oak by-election. Continue reading 10 Days to Go!
Ten reasons why you should vote for Jackie Griffiths, the Labour candidate, in the White Oak ward by-election on Thursday 2nd March. Continue reading Vote for Jackie
Jackie explains why she wants your vote on Thursday March 2nd in the White Oak ward by-election. In the last election the Conservative candidate won by one vote. Every vote is precious in this vitally important town council election. Swanley residents need a Labour candidate. Continue reading Why You Should Vote for Jackie!