Archive for April, 2015

April 18, 2015

Print it yourself posters (PIY)

Members and supporters throughout Epping Forest and Harlow constituencies may print out the following posters on a standard A4 printer for display in their window. You must write the name and address of the printer yourself to comply with electoral law. For example if you print it at home yourself write your own name address in the area given

Members and supporters throughout Epping Forest and Harlow constituencies may print out the following posters on a standard A4 printer for display in their window. You must write the name and address of the printer yourself to comply with electoral law. For example if you print it at home yourself write your own name address in the area given

Members and supporters throughout Epping Forest and Harlow constituencies may print out the following posters on a standard A4 printer for display in their window. You must write the name and address of the printer yourself to comply with electoral law. For example if you print it at home yourself write your own name address in the area given

Members and supporters throughout Epping Forest and Harlow constituencies may print out the following posters on a standard A4 printer for display in their window. You must write the name and address of the printer yourself to comply with electoral law. For example if you print it at home yourself write your own name address in the area given

Members and supporters throughout Epping Forest and Harlow constituencies may print out the following posters on a standard A4 printer for display in their window. You must write the name and address of the printer yourself to comply with electoral law. For example if you print it at home yourself write your own name address in the area given

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April 13, 2015

Victory in crossing battle

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Green party district councillor for Buckhurst Hill East is celebrating the news that the crossing of Loughton Way/Albert Road/Roding Lane and Palmerston Road is to get a pedestrian phase which will allow residents to cross the busy junction with more safely. He has campaigned for several years for this with local residents and the county council only started to look at it after he got a petition of over 200 local residents. Councillor Neville said ‘This is a victory for myself and all the residents who have longed for this to happen. It has been long overdue. However I’m delighted that this is now going to happen and would like to thank all those at the county council for recognising the need to change.’