Redditch Labour Council - Fighting For You


Redditch Labour Councillors - Fighting For The Many.

Striving against government cuts to protect council services. Working to provide affordable homes, better transport links & affordable fairs. Regenerating our town & cultivating economic growth. Building a local economy & creating new jobs. Supporting local groups to build a stronger community. Campaigning for the return of full hospital services to the Alex. Fighting for the people of Redditch.

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Labour Fighting For The Alex


Labour Government Will Reverse NHS Cuts
Labour will reverse the downgrading of services at the Alex. We will invest an extra £7.4 billion annually into the NHS. More nurses. More doctors. Restoring the services this Government has stolen away from the people of Redditch.
Our NHS
Only Labour is comnmited to halting Tory hospital closures. The NHS is in our blood. We are determined to improve patient services in Redditch and returned the Alex to full health.
The Fight Continues
“It’s not good enough and we’re seeking firm commitments from the trust... As winter sets in the difficulties people in Redditch face to get to Worcestershire Royal will only get worse.”
-REDDITCH COUNCIL LEADER BILL HARTNETT


The Tories Have Lost Their Mandate


Jobs For Working People
Labour will create an economy that puts working people first. Introducing a real Living Wage of £10 per hour by 2020.
Rescue the NHS
Labour will halt Tory hospital closures and invest an extra £7.4 billion annually into improving patient services
Affordable Housing
Over the term of the parliment Labour will build a million new homes, including 100,000 per year of affordable homes to buy and to rent.


No Confidence In County Council


Tory County Council In Turmoil
The Labour group have called a 'vote of no confidence' on Conservative run Worcestershire county council and asked for Government intervention to turn around a tory administration in “total turmoil”.
£60m Cuts Planned
Redditch Labour county councillors, Andrew Fry, Pattie Hill and Robin Lunn say Tory incompetence, fiscal ineptitude and cuts in services, with £60m additional cuts yet to come, has put the county council in a perilous position.
Failing Childrens Services
DofE Commissioner for Children's Services in Worcestershire spoke of "widespread, systemic failings" in children's services. Failing the most Vunerable.


News

Labour Members and Supporters out and about in the community. Borough Councillors Debbie & Greg Chance with County Councillor Robin Lunn. Led the Labour litter pick on Mount Pleasant. We'll be consulting the Met office before setting the date for the next one.

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Community Litter Pick.

Labour Members and Supporters out and about in the community. Borough Councillors Debbie & Greg Chance with County Councillor Robin Lunn. Led the Labour litter pick on Mount Pleasant. We'll...

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Redditch skyline lit up by spectacular fireworks display

 

Thursday saw the night sky above Redditch Arrow Valley Park lit up in a riot of colour. As the annual Redditch Borough Council free fireworks spectacular was set underway by Redditch's Labour Mayor Jenny Wheeler. The entertainment was provided by local rising start Stuart Woolfenden and the rock quintet 'Redtails'.

 

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Redditch Fireworks Spectacular

  Redditch skyline lit up by spectacular fireworks display   Thursday saw the night sky above Redditch Arrow Valley Park lit up in a riot of colour. As the annual Redditch...

 

Hop on: Leader of Redditch Council Bill Hartnett with Councillor Joe Baker.

MORE than 400 people attended the 37th Royal Signals Job Fair in connection with Job Centre Plus.

The event, at Kohima House saw a wide range of companies attend to talk about career opportunists.

There were more than 30 booths at the fair, including the NHS and Diamond buses, and Redditch United Football Club.

Councillor Joe Baker, who attended the event, stressed the importance of supporting the efforts of these organisations in assisting Redditch residents back into work.

"Not only does it help the local economy but it gives people a sense of self pride to be able to find work and to be able to support themselves and their families," he said.

"We congratulate the efforts of the 37th Signals for their hard work and support of our town."

A spokesman from the 37th Royal Signals Job said it was a successful event.

"We had lots of interest in people wanting to join the Army (regular and reserve)," they said.

Labour Councillors Support Jobs Fair

  MORE than 400 people attended the 37th Royal Signals Job Fair in connection with Job Centre Plus. The event, at Kohima House saw a wide range of companies attend...

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