Labour candidate opened new campaign office - The Worcester Observer

Labour candidate opened new campaign office

TOM COLLINS, Labour’s candidate for the upcoming General Election, opened the party’s new campaign office on Barbourne Road, directly across from The Talbot pub.

The opening event was marked by a surge of enthusiasm as local party members gathered to prepare for the final two weeks of the election campaign.

During the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Mr Collins described the new office as a ‘hub for bringing change’ and emphasised its role in fostering community engagement.

He said: “This election is a moment of hope for the people of our city.

“This office is a hub in our campaign for change, where local people can drop in to volunteer, perhaps for the first time ever.

“They can sign our petitions for the return of the NHS Walk-In Centre or to bring back evening buses.

“They can also collect posters or garden stakes, or talk to us about our pledges.”

Mr Collins outlined Labour’s key priorities, focusing on addressing the cost of living crisis, supporting local businesses, improving healthcare services, enhancing public safety, investing in renewable energy, and revitalizing the community.

“We want to see the end of the cost of living crisis, by stabilising the economy and supporting Worcester’s small businesses.

“We’ll get our hospital back on its feet, cutting waiting times by adding extra appointments.

“We will tackle crime and anti-social behaviour by getting more police out on the beat and bringing more youth workers into our communities.

“We’ll invest in renewable energy with Great British Energy, to protect both our planet and our pockets.

“Finally, we’ll bring Worcester back to life, by investing in community volunteers and backing local groups.”

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