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Glenis Willmott former East Midlands Labour Member of the European Parliament

“Richard is an industrious and sympathetic Councillor, a hard working member of staff for a Labour MP, and a thoroughly reliable and committed Labour Party activist. He is continually looking for new ways of spreading Labour’s message, and his enthusiasm and good humour are also real assets.”

Richard has a high profile in his Kimberley ward. This is gained through hard work; helping lots of people with individual casework matters – this can be anything from housing and debt problems, to getting disabled parking improved, sorting their benefits out etc.  There aren’t many streets in Kimberley, where you will find someone who has not been helped by Richard.

Richard also has an excellent track record of campaigning on “issues” in his ward – & has a track record of getting results – in 2008 he helped pioneer a Community Speedwatch scheme – encouraging volunteers to monitor speeding traffic in Kimberley “hotspots”. The aim of the scheme was to get drivers to reduce their speed. Both BBC East Midlands Today and Central ITV covered this story.  As a result of this campaigning, new permanent speed cameras were placed on Awsworth Lane, Cossall, helping contribute towards better road safety and fewer traffic accidents.

He is working tirelessly towards promoting jobs, investment, reducing traffic convestion and supporting local infrastructure by championing the tram extension from Phoenix Park out to Kimberley, Eastwood and into Amber Valley.

Richard also corresponds with a large number of his constituents via e mail. He has an e mail group which currently has over 1100 members. These are issued monthly – and examples of his newsletters are shown below:

Cossall & Kimberley News Update & Information Service April 2008

Hi all,Please find below the latest update for April.Please continue to keep your comments and feedback coming in. Also if you need any help on personal casework, do get in touch.Also if there are any of you who want some free advertising for business and/or community groups again, please let me more »

Cossall & Kimberley News Update & Information Service March 2008

Hi all,I trust you all well, and survived the earthquake earlier this week. I thought the end of the world was nigh. I’m glad it wasn’t as I’ve got plenty of news to report today.A big welcome to those who’ve joined this e mail group during February – there’s going on for 330 people now in more »

Cossall & Kimberley News Update & Information Service February 2008

Hi all,A very warm welcome to the first update 2008, and especially to those who have joined the list this month – there’s around 320 residents now in total in Kimberley & Cossall who receive this mail – and it seems to join us all up in cyber-space.The Christmas holidays now seem an eternity, I’ve more »

Cossall & Kimberley News Update & Information Service December 2007

Hi all,Welcome to December’s update.What a month November has been – with an amazing amount and variety of work!To give you an idea of the sorts of issues I’ve been involved in as your Borough Cllr in November alone – here’s just a few examples: 1. Further negotiations with stakeholders on the new more »

Cossall & Kimberley News Update & Information Service November 2007

Hi all,Hope you are all well.October was a busy month – as is ever the case. Thanks for all the comments and suggestions – keep them coming in.There never seems enough time in the day to do everything – your “to do lists” – I’m sure like mine remain intact!On a lighter note (people say I’m far too more »

Cossall & Kimberley News Update & Information Service October 2007

Hi all,Thanks to everyone for all the feedback during September, it seems hard to think that October is almost upon us. Only 85 shopping days left until Christmas.I returned from Labour Party Conference yesterday had a great time – & yes there’s lots of speculation amongst the politicised classes more »
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