Meet the Candidates – Labour Local and District Election Campaign 2019.

Labour for Frome are proud to announce their dedicated team of candidates for local elections on May 2nd. They have been out several times a week for months now,  knocking on doors, talking to people in their wards - and campaigning for a fairer Frome for all. Please give Labour and our excellent candidates your …

Labour Local Election Campaign Launches with Music, Solidarity and Inspiration: Help End Austerity for a Fairer Britain. Free! Thursday 4th April, 7.30pm. 23 Bath Street. Save the Day!

Labour for Frome Anti-Austerity

We're having a party. An anti-austerity party! We'll be featuring brilliant local bands - thank you Stanton PLC and Back of the Bus, plus loads of other goodies. We'll also be introducing you to our dedicated Labour Local Election Candidates, who've been out campaigning for a fairer Frome and Mendip for all. Come along and …

Chris Williamson MP to talk at Frome Town FC next Saturday, 3rd November at 1.00pm. Free entry!

Come along to hear Chris Williamson, Derby North Labour MP talk about his commitment to democracy within the Labour Party.   Described by The Guardian as an 'ardent' supporter of Jeremy Corbyn, Williamson has spent the summer travelling round the country on a Harley Davidson motorbike delivering his 'Democracy Roadshow' to CLPs with incumbent right …

The Joy of Local Tax – and the mysteries of the missing Levy… Richard Chisnall investigates

  Community Infrastructure Levy. Sounds boring, right? It's a tax or levy on development intended to support the necessary infrastructure the development needs: zebra crossings, schools, doctor's surgeries and more. Call it a "Section 106 agreement on steroids". It's been implemented by all other Somerset councils: Taunton Deane, Sedgemoor, South Somerset, North Somerset, B&NES, but remarkably, …

As Northamptonshire County Council gets set to offer the bare minimum of services – what lessons for county councils around the country? Dave Clark warns us that alarm bells should be ringing

Turkeys do vote for Christmas. Some attentive news watchers, if able to get beyond the relentless attacks on Jeremy Corbyn and Labour over ‘anti-semitism’, will have noticed the reports in the press of the travails and troubles facing Northamptonshire County Council.   County Councils provide vital services to local residents including education, waste disposal and …