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Eastleigh Labour party’s prospective parliamentary candidate Mark Latham attended the Remembrance Sunday service in Eastleigh town centre.

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The Photo above shows Mark with the poppy wreath from the Eastleigh Labour Party.

Mark says:  In glorious sunshine on a warm November morning we gathered at the Eastleigh war memorial to lay wreaths and remember the sacrifice of those who stood in harm's way to protect us over the last century. The cadet band played the last post as the cubs and scouts lowered their flags, babies cried in the crowd and it was inspiring to see how many children were engaged in the act of Remembrance. French and German Civic Leaders, former foe and friend, made heartfelt speeches about peace. The most moving part of my day was a conversation with veteran Norman Brown MBE who spoke of his brother, Les, who didn't come home from the second war. Norman, with his wife Betty, has organised the Poppy Appeal in Hampshire for the last twenty years, and at 89 years old his stentorian voice, parade ground trained no doubt, didn't need the PA, when he spoke for all of us with "we will remember them". 

All members of the Eastleigh Labour party will remember those that paid the ultimate sacrifice to protect our country.

Remembrance Sunday ... We Will Remember Them

Eastleigh Labour party’s prospective parliamentary candidate Mark Latham attended the Remembrance Sunday service in Eastleigh town centre.

The Eastleigh Labour Party would like to notify residents that there is a public consultation about proposed housing on the playing fields off Stoneham Lane.

According to the document which we have attached to this article there is a plan for 1,100 new homes.

 Please click here for the PDF document that has been issue by HCC, EBC and Highwood.

 Please find below the details of when, where & website for the consultation.

 

Venue: Pavilion on the Park, 1 Kingfisher Rd SO50 9LH
Date: Friday 24th October 2014
Time: 3:30 PM (15:30) - 8:00 PM (20:00)

 

If you are unable to attend please look at their website using this URL: http://landsouthofchestnutavenue.co.uk/

Public Consultation on Housing besides Stoneham Way

The Eastleigh Labour Party would like to notify residents that there is a public consultation about proposed housing on the playing fields off Stoneham Lane.

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Andrew Helps outside the NEXT development.

Labour activist Andrew Helps has been working hard since the Borough Council Elections.

 

Following a tip off that staff at the new Next store were being advised to park their cars on residential roads rather than the store’s car park (specifically Berrywood & Downscroft Gardens), Andrew contacted the Next Head Office to investigate.

 

After various communications with the company, Andrew now has an assurance that staff should NOT park on residential roads in the area.  

 

Andrew says: “This is good news and shows the importance of being pro-active.  I have agreed with Next that I will notify them if it looks like there is any problem in the future.”

 

If you believe that Next employees are parking on the residential roads in your area please let us know using the details on this facebook page. While Labour supports the increased employment brought by Next it cannot be to the detriment of residents.

NEXT STAFF TOLD TO PARK IN RESIDENTIAL ROADS?

Andrew Helps outside the NEXT development.

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