Street Surgery – 2nd April 10am to 12noon

A free advice Street Surgery is taking place on Saturday 2nd April between 10 am and 12pm, outside Cooper Lingard Solicitors, Broadway West, Leigh on Sea.  Available to give advice, meet and greet will be David Amess, MP for Southend West, Richard Phillips, partner at Cooper Lingard Solicitors, Georgina Phillips, Conservative Candidate for Leigh Ward in the forthcoming elections and James Courtenay, Conservative Candidate for Blenheim Park Ward in the elections.

Members of the public may meet any of the 4- strong panel and receive free advice on any issues or problems they are facing .  Richard Phillips, a partner at Cooper Lingard, will be giving private FREE 5-minute consultations inside his office premises on any legal problems, without obligation.

If you would like to drop by, just turn up at the Street Surgery, which is outside Cooper Lingard- (opposite The Book Inn and near to the Home Made Bakery) , at any time between 10 and 12 on the 2nd April – no appointment is required !  You can also meet your prospective councillors and ask any questions you may have.

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About jamescourtenay

Local Southend resident, since before I can remember. I am hoping to represent the residents of Blenheim Park Ward after the May 2011 Local Elections. Straight Talking? - Yes. Approachable? - Yes. Accountable? - Yes. See my blog to find out how!
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4 Responses to Street Surgery – 2nd April 10am to 12noon

  1. LB says:

    Please vote for James – he is such a hard working, honest person. Blenheim would be lucky to have him as their Councillor.

  2. Please don’t vote for James, vote for Tony Borton!

    Anyway, when are you going to write something on policy?

    • I spent over 2 hours discussing it with local residents today – as you can see by the photographs about to be published here.

      Issues discussed:
      Airport,
      Potholes,
      Green Belt,
      Parking

      Just to name a few.

      Later this afternoon I distributed a leaflet explaining to residents how I would conduct myself, should they elect me.

      Let’s hear something from the Labour group about what they would do if they we running the administration – or are we going to hear more and more of this “No, don’t do that, don’t cut that. Don’t take funding from x,y,z. No we don’t like your budget”. Oh okay, well what would you do then? We are still waiting for an answer…

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