Local News

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.

Campaign Launch

Campaign launch to elect Jason McCartney as MP for Colne Valley and enable a  Conservative Government to Secure a Strong and Stable Government

Lindley Planning Shock

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

Holme Valley Camping & Caravan Park

Jason celebrated English Tourism Week by visiting the newly renovated Holme Valley Camping & Caravan Park which employs 7 full time staff.

Honley Royal Visit

HRH The Princess Royal visited Rath Trombones in Honley. Jason was invited to attend by MD Michael Rath. The guest list also included celebrated Jazz Musician Dennis Rollins and customers from Holland and the USA.

National Citizen Service

Jason was honoured to join 98 local young people for an inspiring evening at the John Smith’s Stadium. The 16-17 year olds, including over 40 from Colne Valley High School, dedicated their summer to completing the National Citizen Service programme which aims to develop social skills, independence and self-confidence while promoting volunteering and the importance of community. They raised over £4,000 for local charities.The ceremony allowed the young people to share their successes and celebrate their achievements. Every graduate received a signed certificate by the Prime Minister which recognises their completion of the programme.For more information please visit www.NCSyes.co.uk

Save Our Libraries

Kirklees Council have announced that they are considering the future of all but Huddersfield and Dewsbury Libraries. Jason spent the day visiting Lindley, Golcar, Marsden, Meltham, Honley and Holmfirth libraries to highlight the wonderful and invaluable service that they provide.