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 An Evening of Comedy

Tuesday 12 July 7 pm ‘Be More Margo’ at the Forum in Tunbridge Wells This will be an evening of comedy with Viv Groskop the well known feminist journalist and comic who came to Tunbridge Wells last year pre – Edinburgh Festival. This year she is returning to entertain us with her new work about snobbery, class, Britishness and […]

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Vigil for Jo Cox

Thank you Tunbridge Wells In a large cross/no party vigil on Friday 17 June people gathered in the centre of Tunbridge Wells to pay their respects to murdered MP Jo Cox. Chair of Tunbridge Wells Constituency Labour Party Andrew Sharp paid tribute to Jo’s tireless efforts on behalf of the humanitarian causes she believed in and […]

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‘What Price Refuge?’ Monday 6 June 2016

Tunbridge Wells Labour Women’s Forum, 7.30-9.30 pm Manna Café, High St, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1XF What Price Refuge? Refugees in crisis. A discussion panel with 3 front line experts working in the field, Fiona O’Brien, Lecturer in Journalism Kingston University, Co-Chair of Tonbridge Welcomes Refugees,Valentina Osborn, Founder of RefugEase Pat Dale, Border AgencyGovernment policy maker. Instrumental […]

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Labour holds Southborough seat with increased majority

Dianne Hill scored a historic win in Southborough and High Brooms Ward. She got 52% of the total vote and a 466 majority over her Conservative opponent – giving her a strong mandate to speak up alongside other Labour councillors against the secrecy surrounding the local town centre development. Although Labour did not achieve any other wins in […]

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Successful Young Labour Meeting

Bex Bailey who has been the elected Youth member of the Labour Party’s ruling National Executive Committee for the last three years spoke to a meeting of Young Labour members and then an all members meeting in Tunbridge Wells this Thursday 7th April. Bex gave an inspiring talk about engaging younger members and women. Her comment […]

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5 Priorities for Borough Council Election

Tunbridge Wells Labour has published its statement of priorities for the May council election. To see the full document click here. Labour candidates will be standing for every vacancy and, when elected, will be arguing for these priorities in the council chamber.   1. Renewal and regeneration Labour backs the renewal of our towns and improvements to […]

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International Women’s Day – Labour Women’s Forum Event

Tunbridge Wells Labour Women’s Forum International Women’s Day Event on Monday 7th March, 2016, 7pm at Manna Cafe, High St. Tunbridge Wells . The Keynote Speaker at the event is Glenys Thornton who is a Labour and Co-operative Member of the House of Lords. She was previously Under Secretary for Health and in 2012 her role in […]

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Make sure you are registered to vote

Police and Crime Commissioner Election and Local Elections On Thursday 5 May there will be the Police and Crime Commissioner Election and Local Elections in our area. Everyone will be voting for their Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent and some people will also vote for their Borough and Parish Councillors. In order to vote […]

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Jeremy Corbyn’s New Year Message

“I’d like to wish everybody a Happy New Year. There’s been a great spirit during the Christmas period: of families coming together and communities supporting each other, helping out neighbours, helping the homeless, helping out victims of floods in so many parts of the country. It’s that spirit of community and solidarity we need to […]

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