Saturday, 10 April 2010

H'tip to Ollie Cromwell

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Keely in action

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The team at Tay's Square

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A great day, and then Wembley, ah well.

A terrific day, the team were at the Farmers Market at Kings Norton Green. The comrades seem to think this is their fiefdom but we like to remind them that there ain't no such thing.
Later at Tay's Square in Northfield for a street stall with Malcolm Harbour MEP. Malcolm is a great supporter of Northfield. The event was a great success with no-one admitting to voting Labour.

Thursday, 8 April 2010

Treat with suspicion

Our opponents seem to be intent on spreading a few lies in an abortive attempt to shore up their crumbling position.

Lie 1. The Tories will end Tax Credits.
The Truth: No we won't if a family earn less than £50.000 a year.

Lie 2. The Tories will steal your buspass.
The Truth: No we won't.

Lie 3. The Tories will end Winter Fuel Allowance.
The Truth: No we won't.

Never forget you can't believe a word they say.

Today they talk about our plans being drawn up on the back of a fag packet, a typical slur which diverts (they hope) from the complete mess they have made of the economy. Always remember you can't believe a word they say.

Ken, Kath, Sue & Helen at Egghill.

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Cutting the 1st sod.

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The second event was at Egghill where we are building 58 houses, 17 for rent. Firstly we show Keely, Ken & Sue with John Lines cutting the first sod.
The second photo is of Sue with some long term residents welcoming the building work.

Barbara, Jackie, Keely & John.

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As we said this is a very busy time but we thought we would try to catch up.
Last week saw us a a couple of events with Cllr John Lines marking building projects, one in Kings Norton and one in Longbridge.
The first was off Hillmeads Road in Kings Norton were Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust are building affordable homes and Council houses. John came along to lay a golden brick in company with Keely, Barbara Wood and Jackie Fear, the new candidate for Kings Norton who is hoping to take over from Margaret Sutton.

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Busy, busy, busy....

We are sure you will understand if there is not a lot of activity on this site for the next 4 weeks as we will all be extremely busy trying to get rid of this deadweight government and attempting to lift the appalling burden from around our necks that it has come to represent.

Monday, 5 April 2010