This weekend I have been out and about distributing our latest edition of Newsline to Moreton and Saughall Massie. The weather has been magnificent, although at times it was quite a drain, but plenty of water sorted that. Watch out for your copy dropping through your letterbox.
This morning, following an eye test at Millicans, I was out delivering our February edition of Newsline.
It was a lovely morning for walking the streets, and lots of people stopped to chat to me about a variety of issues, some Council related, others national issues. Regardless of whatever the issue was, all of them were complimentary about the work that me, Steve and Simon do for Moreton and Saughall Massie. Thanks
One guy in his late eighties pointed out some paving stones that had sunk close to where he lives, telling me at the same time that his elderly wife had tripped on them and was now in hospital! I have taken photographs and sent them off to Streetscene asking for some immediate action to sort the paving out.
The February edition of the Moreton and Saughall Massie Newsline is now being distributed to 6,500 homes across the ward. Our Newsline is paid for by donations from supporters and not by the taxpayer, and is distributed by a network of volunteers.
When I was first elected in 2,000 we had about 3 deliverers and every month me and my wife Sandra would deliver around 4,000 copies, now we have a team of over 40 people who deliver for us, some take up to 200 Newslines others as few as 50, but everyone of them is precious to us and we thank them for their help. But me, Steve and Simon still deliver about 600 each every month!
Earlier today, in crisp, icy but dry weather I met up with Steve Smith, and Cllr Ian Lewis and others, including the Leader of the Council, Jeff Green to help distribute the latest issue of Newsline to the good people of Moreton and Leasowe.
We split up into pairs and spread ourselves far and wide across the ward to get the maximum spread, with me and Leah Fraser taking the long walk, Hoylake Road, Burnely Road and roads off (Don’t worry Don we left ‘Red Rose’ out) finishing in Chapelhill Road. It was a great couple of hours, lots of people chatting to us, all delighted with the Council’s consultation process, and the open and transparent way we are now doing business.
Our latest edition of the Moreton and Saughall Massie Newsline is currently being distributed to over 6,500 homes in our community. The Newsline keeps residents informed of what is going on with local issues and what is happening with Wirral’s Conservative-led Council.
The Newsline is delivered free by Me, my colleagues, Cllr Steve Williams and Cllr Simon Mountney and more importantly by over 30 volunteers, who all help to get the news out. Watch out for a copy dropping through your letterbox over the next week or so.
The Newsline is delivered free by volunteers and Chris, Simon and Steve to over 6,500 homes in the ward. Watch out for your copy dropping through your letterbox.
- Improving our NHS for everyone
- What’s hot…and what’s not
- How people can work for change using MyConservatives
- Our plans to get Britain working
Look out for your copy dropping through your door, in the next week or so!