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Colne Valley Conservatives Campaign Against New Car Parking Charges

Colne Valley Conservative Campaigners have recently been running a series of "Street Stalls" throughout Kirklees to make residents aware that the Labour run Kirklees Council are currently looking at proposals to introduce parking charges in car parks in the towns and villages throughout the distr

Breaking News - Jeremy Hunt Tells HRI Bosses To Think Again

Breaking News - Jeremy Hunt Tells HRI Bosses To Think Again

Jeremy Hunt has announced today that the current proposals by health bosses to close Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and move health services to Calderdale Hospital are flawed and need to be looked at again.

Colne Valley Local Election Results

 

Colne Valley Local Election Results

The Colne Vallery Conservative Association fielded candidates in all wards at the local Kirklees Council elections held on the 3rd May 2018.

Are Labour Introducing New Car Parking Charges Throughout Kirklees?

As well as raising the council tax, Labour has other plans afoot to squeeze yet more money out of the residents of Kirklees. Parking charges in town centres are on the increase and Labour won't say by how much... until after the election on May 3rd.

Prime Minister Theresa May Visits Colne Valley

Earlier this week, the Prime Minister Theresa May visited our local area to meet some of our candidates for the local elections on May 3rd. She took time to discuss many issues including how the Government is helping areas affecting by flooding and protecting the Green Belt with Adam Gregg (pictured far left - Lindley Ward), Elena Bunbury (pictured left - Holme Valley North Ward) and Mat Noble (pictured Right).

Adam Gregg Local Elections 2018

I have recently been selected to stand as the Conservative Party candidate for Lindley in the forthcoming local council elections in May. Many people who know me will be aware of how passionate I am about politics and my local area, so I am hugely looking forward to the challenge ahead.

Lindley Planning Shock

Local residents shocked as Labour Cllrs vote to build 252 houses & industrial units on Lindley Moor