Posted by: Stephen Connelly | November 7, 2012

Central Suffolk & North Ipswich Labour Party

The Central Suffolk & North Ipswich Constituency Labour Party has been enjoying a boost in its membership since the General Election of 2010. People were so incensed by the manner in which the conservative led coalition came to power that they felt it was time to act to ensure it couldn’t possibly happen again. Campaigning across a constituency that stretches from Whitton, Whitehouse and Castle Hill in NW of Ipswich through Kesgrave, Wickham Market and Framlingham up to Fressingfield in the North of the County is certainly a challenge. To reach out to our membership across such a large area whilst working to a tight budget we need to embrace modern technology. In September we launched our new website which will feature prominently in our Suffolk County Council Election Campaign strategy as we approach the May Elections next year. Our Election Campaign machine is being ably and energetically managed by Kevin Archer who hails from Kesgrave. All of the details of our campaign and social events can be found on the website. If you are a new member yet to take the plunge into leaflet dropping, mass canvassing or simply attending a meeting then I would urge you to get in touch. Whether it is constantly rising energy prices, wholesale privatisation of the NHS, the savage attacks on our public sector or you are simply losing count of the number of disasters bedeviling this hapless goverment then now is the time to make the change. The CS&NI team are looking forward to meeting you. Get active now.

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