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It’s time to put things right.
Food Bank Collection for Fareham & Gosport Basics Food Bank.
12th September 10:00 – 12:00 at the Gosport Labour Party, 179 Forton Road, Gosport. We will be collecting food items for Fareham & Gosport Basics Food Bank. Please see their for Fareham & Gosport Basics Food Bank web page for items they are currently in most need of. Their list as of 6th of September…
The Surviving Winter Fund has been created to help older persons (60+ years) inHampshire & the Isle of Wight who cannot afford to heat their home and maintain a reasonable standard of living during the winter. For more information, ring the local Citizens Advice Gosport 0800 144 8848 (Freephone) or 02392 520 112 to make…
Food Bank Collection an appeal to CLP members and Friends
Please remember we have every 2nd Sunday monthly a request for donations to be made for foodbank items. We have had so much support from our members with many food items being donated but recently that has been dwindling so any items that you can provide for needy and impoverished people in our community will…
Voting by post – it’s easy to arrange
The up and coming elections will be happening under difficult circumstances, and as the situation continues to change we have to adapt and act quickly. We know this is one of the simplest, safest and most effective measures to make sure people can vote in May. In these uncertain times, the Labour Party is encouraging…
Ravens Halls – the Veterans & Armed Forces Support Group
Ravens Halls – the Veterans & Armed Forces Support Group Meet Every Monday 19:45 to 21:15 Location: The Henry Cook Centre , South Street, Gosport, PO12 1ES All Veterans and Armed Services welcome. Contact us: t:0770 6977 520 e:firstname.lastname@example.org
Hampshire County Council are looking to put another £40million worth of cuts!
Hampshire County Council (HCC) have an open consultation for Hampshire resident on their budget plans for 2021/22 and 22/23. These involve making cuts of £40million each year. This comes on top of many years of cuts. The cumulative effects of these cuts is that by 2023 HCC will be spending £640 million less on services…
Report on National Annual Women’s Conference 2021 Online, 26 – 27 June, 2021
Each year National Annual Women’s Conference brings together hundreds of Labour women, politicians, stakeholders and activists from across the country. The annual Women’s Conference enables our women members to better participate in policy making and offers the opportunity to share ideas with delegates from across the UK.
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