Just a quick reminder that Llanelli Labour Party quiz is on in the Queen Victoria Club (next door to our office) on Thursday 12th November at 7pm.
This event is more about fun and bringing us together as a CLP than moneymaking – although a small profit is always made – £3 entry. Please try to attend and show your support for our Assembly Candidate Lee Waters and our local Labour Party.
Please bring a plate of food – either sandwiches, crisps, nuts, chicken drumsticks/wings, pizza, breadsticks and dips, pasties, sausage rolls, cakes, sweets or whatever else you can think of (this is how we make up the buffet)
You don’t need to be a Labour member to attend, so bring a friend!
Like so many of us here in Llanelli and in the Gwendraeth I was brought up with a strong sense of community and social justice. I want to help change society for the better.
For 20 years I taught in local schools, I was an active member of my trade union; a founder member of a local Women’s Aid organisation; a driving force behind a local youth group; and an environmental activist.
For me being an MP is about standing up for our communities; it’s about making useful changes that will benefit the many, not the few.
I roll up my sleeves and deal with serious issues whether it’s galvanising support on local issues or working with all the different groups who make our community a great place to live.
I am always pleased to hear from you, so please get in touch.