Letter to the Editor: Keep the bees buzzing
I attended a fascinating Zoom meeting organised by Canterbury City Council this week about their Pollinator Plan. Council officials, bee experts and others with considerable knowledge in the subject of bio-diversity, described the pressing need to create bee friendly corridors around Kent to help our many endangered pollinator species. Without these pollinators our crops and hedgerows, gardens and parks will struggle. I learnt that not all bees are the same and that different
The new normal needs a new voice
Covid has affected all our lives – but some have paid a higher price than others. Those who were already struggling - ethnic minorities, older and disabled people, families - have been hit the hardest.
Campaigning safely this May
Following the issuing of new UK Government advice the local Labour Party has revised how it will be campaigning this May. These changes are designed to keep our campaigners and you safe at this difficult time.
To help we will be:
focussing our efforts on telephone canvassing. You can find details of our Dialogue sessions at https://events.labour.org.uk
using professional deliverers to distribute leaflets - particularly before April 12. When our volunteers deliver to your home they
Improving the London Road Estate
Pip Hazelton and Mel Dawkins have been litter picking up your way and listening to you about the things that matter.