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Crouch End's three prospective Labour council candidates plus Parliamentary candidate Catherine West will be setting up at the Earl Haig Hall on Monday 20 January to hear from local people about their concerns for their community and for the country.
Local candidates Jason Arthur, Natan Doron and Lourdes Keever and Hornsey and Wood Green parliamentary candidate Catherine West will be available for conversations with local residents in the informal atmosphere of the recently reopened British Legion hall, refurbished as a bar and community centre.
Natan Doron said:
“These are difficult times for many in our community and across the country. With the cost of living rising – plus huge spending cuts to local authority budgets and other public services – people, businesses and politics are facing hard choices with less money around.
“As the local Labour team we believe passionately that politics can still make a difference. But politicians will only ever be as good as the information and views that they receive from the people they want to represent. That’s why Labour is listening.
"As your candidates for the council in Crouch End and parliament in Hornsey and Wood Green we’re really keen to hear from you. We want to work together with you to create a better, fairer Crouch End and Britain.”
Labour is Listening will take place on Monday 20th January from 7.30pm at the Earl Haig Hall, Elder Avenue N8
If you can’t get along please get in touch with your views via email@example.com or on twitter @crouchendlabour - or on the forum!
There’s more information about the Crouch End candidates and local campaigning at: http://crouchendlabour.wordpress.com/