On Monday 3rd July I organised a small lunchtime rally for the Epping Forest Transport Action Group, in support of buses and public transport in Epping Forest.
The rally was partly to build support for the campaign to save the 250 and 251 bus routes and also to launch Catch the Bus Week. The Campaign for Better Transport came along to talk about the latter and their wider campaigning work. Continue reading Save the 250 & 251 – Epping Forest rally for buses and public transport
UPDATE: Epping Forest Transport Action Group (EFTAG) has organised a lunchtime rally in Waltham Abbey Market Place, Monday 3rd, 12.30 – 1.30pm.
Details here: Epping Forest rally for buses and public transport
Essex County Council has announced plans to cut support for the 250 and 251 bus services from Monday to Saturday, creating an 8.00pm stay-in Waltham Abbey curfew for anybody who uses a bus.
The county council consultation closes on Monday 3rd May. Make sure you have your say:
In the County Council elections 325 Waltham Abbey residents, most of whom have never met me, voted for the Green Party and I to represent them on Essex County Council. That’s a 356% increase on the 89 votes we won in 2013 and shows that there is space for green policies in Waltham Abbey.
We didn’t win but I thank each and every one of you for your support. Continue reading 325 votes, 356% increase. Thank you Waltham Abbey!
Meet your Greens!
With the local plan, the neighbourhood plan, parking problems and cuts to bus services, youth services and care services there’s a lot going on in Waltham Abbey.
But there’s still always time to spend a relaxing evening in good company!
We’re going to meet for a chat and some socialising at The Crown on Thursday 27th, from 7pm, to chew the fat.
It’s an informal meeting of like-minded people – there are more of us in Waltham Abbey than you might think.
After the Green Drinks why not stick around for The Crown’s quiz at nine?
Facebook event page: Waltham Abbey Green Drinks
On 4th May you can vote for Waltham Abbey’s representative on Essex County Council.
With cuts to local services, public transport, care services, the Police, youth services and numerous other local issues we need people on the County Council who will represent the interests of Waltham Abbey’s residents, small businesses and our future.
This is NOT a general election – that’s coming on 8th June – and it’s not about Brexit. This is a local election for someone who knows and lives in the area and will work hard for you. Continue reading Vote Dave Plummer for Waltham Abbey on 4th May