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Successful first day of canvassing for Paul and Ted On their first day of canvassing, Paul and Ted received an enthusiastic support for residents in the side streets of Frederick Street – Arthur Street, Curzon Street, Heathcoat Street and Caldwell Street. “Although many of the students had already gone home”, commented Ted, “many of those who remained were aware of the work that we had been doing to campaign for a Street Marshal scheme that would benefit both residents and students alike and were amazed that the proposal had not received the backing of Labour councillors when it had been proposed at successive meetings of the University liaison committee”. Quite a few of the students mentioned that they had read about the work that Paul and Ted had been doing in the 2015–19. Other issues that concerned students with a level of burglaries (and there were made aware that Leicestershire’s Police Crime Commissioner was Labour), and, of course, Brexit was mentioned frequently. “Non-student residents still living on the streets were equally grateful about the work that we had been doing on HMOs, noise and rubbish”, added Paul. “The junctions with Frederick Street were frequently mentioned by both residents and students and this is a matter that Ted has been addressing at a County Council level over the past few weeks.” On the first day of canvassing Paul and Ted succeeded in attracting 15 pledges of support when they stand for election on 2 May.
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
This site only uses cookies in order to collect anonymous usage data for Google Analytics and StatCounter. By using this site we assume that you are happy to receive cookies.
Successful first day of canvassing for Paul and Ted On their first day of canvassing, Paul and Ted received an enthusiastic support for residents in the side streets of Frederick Street – Arthur Street, Curzon Street, Heathcoat Street and Caldwell Street. “Although many of the students had already gone home”, commented Ted, “many of those who remained were aware of the work that we had been doing to campaign for a Street Marshal scheme that would benefit both residents and students alike and were amazed that the proposal had not received the backing of Labour councillors when it had been proposed at successive meetings of the University liaison committee”. Quite a few of the students mentioned that they had read about the work that Paul and Ted had been doing in the 2015–19. Other issues that concerned students with a level of burglaries (and there were made aware that Leicestershire’s Police Crime Commissioner was Labour), and, of course, Brexit was mentioned frequently. “Non-student residents still living on the streets were equally grateful about the work that we had been doing on HMOs, noise and rubbish”, added Paul. “The junctions with Frederick Street were frequently mentioned by both residents and students and this is a matter that Ted has been addressing at a County Council level over the past few weeks.” On the first day of canvassing Paul and Ted succeeded in attracting 15 pledges of support when they stand for election on 2 May.