When you think about it, the end of the year is a peculiar thing, isn't it? On the one hand it's all fairly easy-to-understand (but no means simple). The planet Earth is about to complete another orbit of its star - easy, right? Same thing that happens every year, and will happen for billions of … Continue reading Writer’s Rust
At last night's Redditch Borough Council Executive Committee there was a proposal put forward to close the council's One-Stop Shops and support Allpay, allowing members of the public to use more locations to pay council bills in person, giving them more choice about how and where they pay their council's bills. In any event, one-to-one … Continue reading A post regarding Redditch Borough Council One-Stop Shops
The Redditch Community Lottery is now live and I'm delighted to see that 13 local good causes have registered to benefit from this scheme. Tickets cost £1 per cause per week and frankly it's not about winning for me - it's about having a quick and easy way to support local causes with a small … Continue reading Redditch Community Lottery is now Live!
Delighted to have managed the campaign here in Redditch that has seen Rachel Maclean returned as MP with a doubled majority. Here's the numbers from Wikipedia ... PartyCandidateVotes% ± ConservativeRachel Maclean27,90763.3Up 11.0 LabourLabour11,87126.9Down 9.1 Liberal DemocratsLiberal Democrats2,9056.6Up 4.0 GreenGreen1,3843.1Up 2.3Majority16,03636.4% Up 20.1Turnout44,06767.4% Down 2.9Registered electors65,391Swing Lab to Con 10.0 I want to say a public thank you to … Continue reading Rachel Maclean returned as Redditch MP with over 16,000 majority – more than doubling her 2017 figures.