Campaigning in Cambridge - 5/6 March

location for Throughout Cambridge


March 05, 2016 at 10:30am - 1:30pm


Throughout Cambridge

With important elections and the EU referendum coming up, Cambridge Labour Party are already hitting the ground running, campaigning to win an important elections taking place in 2016.

Join the local Labour Party at their door knocking session, speaking to members of the public about Labour's plans to create a fairer Britain. They will be meeting at various times and places from 10.30 on Saturday 5th March and Sunday 6th March with further details of each session below:


Abbey – Canvassing with Richard Johnson – 10:30 - 50 Ditton Wlk

Arbury – Canvassing with Mike Todd-Jones – 11am - St. Luke's Church (corner of Victoria Road and Harvey Goodwin Avenue)

King’s Hedges Canvassing with Daniel Zeichner MP – 11:00am – Meeting at the Tesco on Campkin Road

West Chesterton - Canvassing with Mike Sergeant – 11 am and 2 o’clock corner of Hurst Park Avenue and Milton Road

East Chesterton – Canvassing with Margery Abbott – Meet 10:30 at Wesleyan Baptist Church to drive in for 11:00 Canvass in EC

Market Ward – Canvassing with Danielle Greene – Meet 13:00 at Wesleyan Baptist Church

Castle ward – Canvassing with Patrick Sheil – Meet 14:00 - meet at Mayfield School on the McManus estate


Sunday –

King’s Hedges – Canvassing with Kevin Price – 11am – Meeting at Tesco on Campkin Road

Arbury – Canvassing with Mike Todd-Jones - 1pm - Cranwell Court / the Grapes pub on Histon Road

Market Ward – Canvassing with Danielle Greene – Meet 13:00 at Wesleyan Baptist Church

Coleridge – Canvassing with Rosy Moore - 11 am – Corner of Cherry Hinton Rd and Derwent Cl

Petersfield – Canvassing with Richard Robertson - 11am – Alex Wood Hall, Norfolk Street 

Romsey – Canvassing with Sophie Barnett - 2pm – Co-op on Mill Road

Trumpington -  Canvassing with Nick Gay -  2.15pm – Meet at the corner of Addenbrooke’s Road and Glebe Farm


Make sure you get involved in your nearest session by contacting Dan Swain on for further information!

Dan Swain ·

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