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Help Joy save the Walk-in Centre! (April 2014)

Help Joy save the Walk-in Centre!     The NHS Walk-In Centre on Farrier Street is at risk of closure. It's an important part of healthcare for the people of Worcester, and would be very much missed. Closure would add all sorts of extra pressure on other NHS services. Joy Squires, our Parliamentary Candidate, is leading the campaign to save the Walk-In Centre from closure. You can join the campaign! Sign the petition, and find more details, at www.saveworcesterwalkin.co.uk ... you can help Joy's campaign to defend front-line NHS services in our City.

 

 

 

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Saturday 7th December Christmas Fayre

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LABOUR COUNCIL CONSULTS ON FUTURE OF CITY (7th Nov 13)

Adrian Gregson, the Labour Leader of Worcester City Council, has commenced a consultation about Labour's ideas for the future of our City.   All comments and opinions are welcome: please send to gemma.poxon@worcester.gov.uk by 13 December.   Adrian said "The key message is to convey in one sheet what we want to be able to do and how we can deliver it. It is ambitious but I, and the Cabinet, think we need to be - and it is already starting to reap rewards as developers show an interest in the City."

 

 

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Worcester Labour: Upcoming Mayor's Charity Events

Councillor Pat Agar, the Labour Mayor of Worcester, is hosting a number of events for the Mayor's Charities (Maggs Day Centre, St. Paul's Hostel, Asha Women's Centre). Do please try to support these fantastic local causes.

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COMEDY NIGHT 8 Nov 2013

STAND UP FOR LABOUR!   Friday 8 November, 7.30pm   Memorial Hall Old Street Upton upon Severn WR8 0HA     Lots of laughs, featuring:  

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Leading Worcester City Councillor resigns from Conservative Party and joins Labour (14th Oct 13)

Councillor Jabba Riaz has formally tendered his resignation from the Conservative Party and has joined Labour.   In a letter to the President of the Worcester Conservative Association Councillor Riaz has written “that places like Cathedral Ward are bearing the brunt of David Cameron's disastrous policies.”   Councillor Riaz also recognised that Labour “understand that tough decisions have to be made” but Labour “will make those decisions fairly and with compassion.”   Councillor Riaz believes he “can better serve Cathedral Ward as a Labour Councillor.”   Shadow Education Minister Steve McCabe MP will formally welcome Councillor Riaz into the Labour Party outside the Guildhall in Worcester at 10am on Monday 14th October.

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Date's for your Diary

Diary Dates for 2013.....

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"We Will Be Free": the Tolpuddle Martyrs Story (8th Sept 13)

Worcester Trades Union Council, with Townsend Productions, presents We Will Be Free, the story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, at Worcester Sixth Form College.   Tickets are available now for the performance at 7pm on Thursday 17 October. A free matinee performance has been arranged for students and school pupils that afternoon. This is part of the TUC Programme of Work, to take Trade Unionism into schools.

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100 Days of a Labour City Council (23rd August 13)

Adrian Gregson, Labour Leader of Worcester City Council, has given a wide ranging and in-depth interview to the Worcester News, to mark 100 days since taking control of the City Council.

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It’s your money – what would you do? (31st July 13)

Worcester City Council has launched a major consultation with local people on how it uses their money.   The council’s Cabinet wants to hear what residents, communities and businesses think should be the top priorities for 2014/15 and beyond.   The six-week budget consultation will run online, in print and through roadshows. Everyone who lives or runs a business in Worcester is encouraged to take part.  

The results will feed into the council’s budget setting process for next year.

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