Protecting Bramcote’s school infrastructure for a generation, or two (afternoon or evening broadcasts)

I am standing for election on 4 May to keep public ‎lands in public hands (#PublicLandsInPublicHands).

 The Councillors we send to County Hall on 4 May will influence the education of our grand children and their grand children too.  Giving away the Coventry Lane playing fields to the private company that is the White Hills Park Federation is short sighted and unnecessary. 

 Bramcote, Beeston North and Stapleford deserve better.

There ARE better alternatives. 

Find out more during a short web-based meeting with Paul Nathanail, on Bank Holiday Monday (1 May 2017) at 4.30pm or at the later time of 8pm.  If you cannot make it, then register anyway and Paul will send you a recording to watch at your leisure. Paul will speak for no more than 15 minutes and then answer questions sent in by those watching. 

You can register for either 4.30pm or 8pm at:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/8271287708519742467. Whether or not you can join me, please take  a couple of minutes to read through my leaflet…

https://bramcotetoday.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/paul-nathanail-leaflet.pdf

…and consider voting PAUL NATHANAIL on 4 May to give Bramcote and Beeston North an independent, and potentially decisive, voice in County Hall.

Thank you,

Paul Nathanail
Candidate for Bramcote and Beeston North in the Nottinghamshire County Council elections. 

 

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Trustee of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch. Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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4 Responses to Protecting Bramcote’s school infrastructure for a generation, or two (afternoon or evening broadcasts)

  1. Giving away land worth milllions is a one generation sticking plaster not a permanent solution.

    A reminder of why White Hills Park federation (a company limited by guarantee) is in need of a hand out from the County Council it freed itself from in 2012:
    http://www.bbc.com/news/10514113

    The comments on this BBC item are worth a minute or two of your time ahead of Thursday’s County Council election.

    Hear more during two web broadcasts today either 4.30pm or 8pm by registering at:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/8271287708519742467.

    Whether or not you can join me, please take a couple of minutes to read through my leaflet…
    https://bramcotetoday.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/paul-nathanail-leaflet.pdf

    thank you for reading this!

    Paul

  2. Thank you to those who joined me at 4.30pm – there is another chance to hear about the threat to Bramcote’s education infrastructure at 8pm tonight.

  3. Ian Tyler says:

    I respect anyone who’s prepared to stand as a political candidate; it’s , at times a thankless task.
    I think for an Indepent candidate even more so.
    I always viewed it as an opportunity to be involved in my community, as I’m sure Paul does.

    I don’t agree with him but hats off he’ s giving it a go. Just remember – vote Liberal!

    Ian

    • Ian,
      Thank you!
      I am not standing for anyone’s thanks. Rather I am standing on a principle – that we should not be giving away publically owned land to a private company, not least because it threatens the future of school infrastructure in our area.
      Steve has said he agrees with me that the County Council should not give away the Coventry Lane playing fields; any chance the Broxtowe Lib Dems could say what their position is please? No point in voting for a party when we do not know what it is standing for on a matter of central importance to the area.

      regards,

      Paul

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