Tuesday, 21 July 2015

New type of election hustings in Barnet.

Next Monday we will have a very unusual election hustings for the Green Party London Assembly Londonwide list. It's a mixture of traditional hustings and speed dating.

Naturally, as a candidate, I will be taking part and I hope loads of friends and supporters will turn up.
Please cascade this message to all those interested.

Also, visit my website:  http://noel4london.org

Details from Barnet & Camden Green Parties below

Sign up now at http://bit.ly/1fQ0x4i for our exciting local hustings in North Finchley on Monday 27th July for candidates seeking selection to be the Green Mayoral candidate or onto the Green Party list for next year's London Assembly elections.

The top two on the list are very likely to be elected to the London Assembly next year and this is your best chance to put your own questions to the Greens who will replace Jenny Jones and Darren Johnson on the Assembly.
You are guaranteed to be able to put your questions, as the main part of the meeting will take a 'speed-dating' format, with each candidate sat at her or his own table ready to answer your questions individually in five-minute 'dates'.
This will be your opportunity to raise your own issues with candidates and it should be a memorable evening, so don't miss it!
The hustings will be from 7pm downstairs at the Bohemia in High Road, North Finchley, N12 9QH, finishing at about 9pm. The Bohemia is 10 minutes' walk from Woodside Park tube station and is very near to bus stops on the 86, 125, 134, 221, 263 and 460 bus routes.
We look forward to seeing you. Please forward this invitation to other members of your local party. There is plenty of room for all!
Barnet and Camden Green Parties

1 comment:

Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group said...

Hi, Noel.

There are hustings and there is knowing you through the years.

I have been exposed to a lot of 'new talent' through these internal hustings, and you are still my Number 1 for assembly list selection.

One of your most important qualities -- a quality that does not necessarily come out in one-off electoral self-promotion formats and arenas -- is your capacity to 'be there' for people.

I note in clsoing that Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group is non-party-political and here I am expressing a personal point of view rather than the formal viewpoint of the KUWG.