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New Opportunities for Traders at Kimberley Farmers Markets

Kimberley Farmers Market (KFM) in Nottingham are looking are looking for new traders as part of an exciting plan to expand the market.   KFM has been established since 2009 and currently operates every first Saturday of the month between 9am and 1pm at Toll Bar Square, Kimberley.   One of the more »

Building a Better Britain (4), Let’s hear it again, again and again for a Living wage

My fouth blog of the year looks at why a Living Wage is important and highlights the fact that we can campaign for this now.

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Building a Better Britain (3) Why HS2 is good for us all

In the 3rd of my articles for 2012 I look at why HS2 is good for commuters and non commuters alike, East Midlands and across the country

Building a Better Britain (2) how elected mayors can help Labour restore credibility with voters

In the second of my blogs for 2012 I look at the issues of elected mayors, and the opportunity they afford to improve lives of average citizen, and therefore help restore Labour’s credibility with the public.

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Building a Better Britain – How Environmental Sustainability can help Labour restore credibility with voters

First blog of 2012 looking how how the Environment can help restore Labour’s credibility with the electorate

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Labour’s Good Society & Strong Communities

Let’s do God, a Good Society & Community again (but not on David Cameron’s terms)   David Cameron says he is evangelical about his Christian faith.  The Prime Minister’s religious messages began last week with an Easter reception at Downing Street, at which he said religion had brought him his more »

Cinema Idea & proposal for Kimberley

See Link below that appeared in Eastwood & Kimberley Advertiser – Saturday 29 October 2011

Proposed Phase III tram extension Phoenix Park to Kimberley

Saturday 25 June 2011 – members of the public were invited to “walk the route” for the proposed Phase III route out to Kimberley, extending from Phoenix Park. Labour Borough Cllr & Chair of KENTAG (Kimberley, Eastwood & Nuthall Tram Action Group) Andy Cooper organised the walk, with support from more »

Campaigning Report to Kimberley Town Council – 26 May 2011

May report of Richard Robinson to Kimberley Town Council This includes some of the work that Cllr Andy Cooper, Cllr Mary Mary McGuckin and myself are involved in concerning Kimberley – campaign to stop car parking charges, Phase III extension of Tram to Kimberley, extra play equipment in local more »

New Regeneration Plan for Kimberley set to involve youngsters from Local School

See the link below for further details:
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