Rother has extended the deadline for people to “vote” to 5pm on Tuesday October 31st. How come? This followed representations from D4B supporters pointing out that responses on the first two weeks of the consultation had been restricted. The original period of consultation of eight weeks had been proposed and approved by Rother’s own CommunityContinue reading “Deadline extended!”
Christine Bayliss bumped into Eddie Izzard at the Labour party conference (or was it James Mason? hmmm) – he had this to say about the campaign for a Bexhill Town Council 🙂
People have got fired up by the positive opportunities which a town council can offer! But what are they? Some people have asked us for more examples of what town councils can do. Well Dunstable provides social activities for people of all ages, including lunch clubs for the over 55’s and over 75’s, National PlayContinue reading “What could a town council actually do?”
Brian is one of the driving forces behind Democracy 4 Bexhill. Listen to his interview with Sam Coleman here as Brian outlines the thoughts behind the campaign:
Bexhill is packed with talent, and Brian Cope has been putting his song writing skills to good use. Watch the video to see his song explaining just why Bexhill needs a town council.
In this episode, Sam Coleman interviews Christine Bayliss on what’s happening in Bexhill
Not sure if you want to spend more on a Town Council? Sam Coleman explains the costs and benefits – and it won’t cost as much as you might think!
If you want to know what you are being asked to vote for, check out this short video. Sam Coleman explains just what is going on with how Bexhill is governed.
You don’t have to read music or be a top-notch singer, just sing with gusto! We will film from 2pm on Wednesday 20th September at Bexhill United F.C. club room in The Polegrove (entrance opposite the western end of Egerton Road). Filming will be in two stages: a) in the club room, recording groups ofContinue reading “D4B has a song: We need supporters to join us in singing the chorus.”
There was terrific support for D4B at our public meeting on Saturday morning at St Barnabas Church. Over 140 people plus local community groups came and gave support for our new campaign which aims to endorse pro-town council candidates to fight the 2019 elections. The response was great: lots of interest from some really experiencedContinue reading “Public Meeting Update”