DRONFIELD LABOUR PARTY DISCUSSION MEETING
TOPIC : CANDIDATES FOR LABOUR'S NOMINATION AS POLICE AND CRIME
COMMISSIONER IN DERBYSHIRE
SPEAKERS : HARDYAL DHINDSA, GARY GODDEN and CHRIS WILLIAMSON
TIME ; 8pm to 9.15pm
DATE : SUNDAY, 10th JANUARY 2016
VENUE : CONTACT CLUB, SNAPE HILL LANE, DRONFIELD
The speakers are the candidates for the position of the Labour nominee for the role of Police and Crime Commissioner in Derbyshire. The ballot to determine who will be Labour's candidate closes at noon on Tuesday, January 26th 2016.
The speakers will each give an introductory talk for ten minutes and then join in the subsequent discussion.
The meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss the nature and role of the work of Police and Crime Commissioners.
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Monday, December 14, 2015
‘Where’s it been? Where’s it going?’ are the questions being addressed at a series of day schools on the Labour Party starting in Yorkshire next month.
The Independent Working Class Education Network are holding their first meeting on ‘The history and future of the Labour Party’ at Northern College in Barnsley on Saturday 23 January.
The workshop will cover the foundation of the Labour Party, some key 20th century issues and Labour today.
Attendance costs £25 and places are available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis as space is limited.
What: Labour Party: Where’s it been? Where’s it going?
When: Saturday 23 January, 10.30am-4.00pm
Where: Northern College, Barnsley, Yorkshire
To book a place contact Keith Venables by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to the Independent Working Class Education Network’s website for more details.
The second day school will be held in south London on 6 February.
Hat tip : Matthew Brown and Independent Labour Publications - click here.