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commented 2018-07-20 09:28:05 +0100
Moving to Chelmsford and I am interested in getting involved
commented 2018-05-26 12:14:20 +0100
Jerry Weber – Independent NEC Candidate

Dear CLP Secretary,

I am putting myself forward again for the NEC election for the CLP section of the NEC. The nominations close on 22nd June and CLP nomination can be made here – NEC nominations.

I am writing to ask you to consider giving me one of your 9 nominations. I am a truly independent candidate with a strong grassroots CLP background. I believe that we need independently minded non-aligned and experienced people on the NEC. If elected, I will be an open and fair member of the NEC, listening to all parts of our diverse Party. I will ensure that members are kept informed of the developmental changes in the Party. Members should not be the last to know about their own Party.
If you are no longer the secretary, please pass this on. It would also be helpful to know when your CLP has decided its nominations, please contact me on .

Please go to for my full statement

Yours in friendship and solidarity,

Jerry Weber

Warwick & Leamington CLP

Membership: L0103377
commented 2018-05-25 08:16:46 +0100
Jerry Weber – Independent NEC Candidate

Dear CLP Secretary,

I am putting myself forward for the NEC election for the CLP section of the NEC. The nominations close on 22nd June and CLP nomination can be made here – NEC nominations. I am writing to ask you to give me one of your 9 nominations. If you are no longer the secretary, please pass this on. It would also be helpful to know when your CLP has decided its nominations, please contact me on .

Please go to for my full statement

Yours in friendship and solidarity,

Jerry Weber

Warwick & Leamington CLP

Membership: L0103377
commented 2018-03-31 10:20:29 +0100
To promote our Fundraising Film night – ‘Sink’ preview to Chelmsfordian members, supporters, affiliates and friends – all welcome!


Fundraising Film night – ’Sink’ preview

Thursday 19th April 2018 7pm for 7:30

Essex Arms, 10 Warley Hill, Brentwood CM14 5HA

The film ‘Sink’ is going to be released in the summer, so this event is a preview followed by a discussion.

Entry – £10, reduced £5

Drinks from the bar, bring nibbles to share.

SINK is a feature film, shot mainly in South East London, written and directed by Mark Gillis. It’s about a man, Micky Mason, trying to keep things together working part time/zero hours. He’s in the position, familiar to many, of looking after the generation above and below – his father is slowly losing himself to dementia and his son is finding it hard to stay clean on an estate where drugs are everywhere. Micky is fired from his latest dead end job and there’s nothing out there but more of the same. His Dad’s care home has just been bought out and they’ve put up their prices. Micky takes one look at where the local authority wants to place his Dad and brings him back to live with him in his bedsit.

He thinks they’ll be fine. He tries so hard to be. But he’s drowning.”

Richard Millwood

Chair of Brentwood & Ongar Constituency Labour Party

07790 558 641

69 Heseltine House, Warley Mount, Brentwood CM14 5EJ
commented 2017-11-02 09:40:46 +0000
Dear colleague,

My name is Jerry Weber and I am the chair of Warwick & Leamington CLP. I was also the agent for Matt Western at the General Election in June where we pulled off a remarkable victory and overturned a Tory majority of 6,500.

I am standing as a non-aligned and independent candidate for one of the CLP places on the NEC.

I am standing because I am very concerned about the continuing rift and discord within the Party. It really is time we put our differences behind us and started to build a party to offer the electorate a real alternative. The Party needs reforming. I will be committed to open processes and transparency in dealing with difficult issues such as suspensions and expulsion from the Party.

I hope that you will be holding a nomination meeting and that you will support me and give an independent voice a chance to be on the ballot paper. Although I am a member of the Co-operative Party, I am not aligned to any other group. I believe that CLP representatives on the NEC need to be independent and not dependent on groups such as Momentum and Progress.

The NEC is our key body that directs the future of the Party. If elected, I will be a grassroots member of the NEC.

Check out my flyer on Facebook

I look forward to your support.

Best wishes

commented 2017-09-26 19:46:01 +0100
I have recently moved to Chelmsford and would like to get involved in any canvassing/meetings. I am also a member of Momentum.
commented 2017-05-05 16:36:19 +0100
Could I please have a large poster to put up in my garden? Although I feel that I cannot canvas, I am posting details and relevant info on my facebook page. Thanks for all your hard work.
commented 2017-05-05 16:09:03 +0100
Unfortunately I am unable to canvas but would happily display posters in my car, my home and will be constantly supporting our party via social media and also via my emails out.

I wish I could assist in other ways but both my health and my business cause issues and time constraints.

You have my vote

Kind regards

Cat Mackay
commented 2017-05-03 19:13:28 +0100
Hi, I would like to take the membership and participate in campaign activities to help us win this election.
commented 2017-04-20 08:47:11 +0100
Hi there

Can you let me know what your plans will be for campaigning ahead of the general election please?

Will there be any events or rallies in Chelmsford?

commented 2017-03-30 10:13:44 +0100
Invite a speaker to our meeting

To discuss Proportional Representation at a CLP meeting. We can arrange for a Labour MP, an activist from Make Votes Matter or the Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform, or a speaker from organisations like Compass and the Electoral Reform Society to come and address the meeting about the need for electoral reform.

What do you think?

I am a Labour Party member
commented 2017-03-10 11:54:28 +0000
Dear Sir,

I am a consultant cardiologist in Chelmsford and I have been doing a number of public meetings with the aim of increasing public awareness of heart issues. I am doing a public lecture on Monday 20th March at Anglia Ruskin University at 7.30pm. The event entitled ‘how to avoid a heart attack’ is free and open to all (we ask that people register – just google ’ how to avoid a heart attack anglia ruskin university).

If you give me an e-mail address I can send you a poster. I would be happy to give the talk at your club in the future if there was interest. Perhaps if some of your members came along on the 20th March they might know if it would be suitable.

Best wishes,

Gerald Clesham MA, PhD, FRCP

Consultant Cardiologist
commented 2017-01-06 20:20:37 +0000
Bin collections.

From the reply sent to me by Julia at the Council seems all people at the council during a meeting voted to reduce our bin collection. We were not told, indeed during Christmas I emailed wondering when we would get our yearly list and nobody mentioned this, how undemocratic!
commented 2017-01-02 12:54:08 +0000
I am a resident in old moulsham have been for 21 years. I have had in the lead up to Xmas 3 parking tickets £210 in a month. I live in redcliff rd Cm2 0jp. Some 15 years ago new house in malbough road were built when the planning went out, we as residents where concerned about parking. We was assured that these property’s would not be given parking permits as they had garages and parking at back. They now have permits ! When they have a place to park ! We also have a Chinese restaurant and a take away on moulsham, both when planning was given we as residents were asured that permits would not be given they have 4. During the Xmas build up the restaurant has the Xmas meals going on, people park and leave cars over night. If I move my car after 6pm there is no where to park other than yellow lines. I also work shift work when I get home at 6.40 there is no were to park and most cars don’t have permits, only we all know wardens won’t get there till after 9 am. Trying to stay awake until there is a space is a joke after working all night. As residents we have complained about this for as long as new house have been built. We have asked for times of restrictions times to be changed till 11pm with no response for parking.

A few weeks ago my neighbour who has off road parking had a car parked in front of house his wife could not get car out to go to work, as half the permitted area is in front of there drives. The parking was not interested and shut, in the end we phoned police and they removed car….luckily it was not insured.

The parking permit is there to help residents, in 20 years I have seen 8 people move, because of the parking or the lack of changes needed by parking. My daughter 10 was born in my house and we don’t won’t to move only I can no longer afford to park there. Every time I get a ticket even though I have a permit it just proves the system in place does not work
commented 2016-12-29 06:21:01 +0000

My great granddad was a Desert Rat. Caught a bit of shrapnel in his back, was in a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Now… When I hear from a friend of mine that social workers are going to evict him in a month. I think that great granddad would find government bureaucrats bullying and evicting citizens pretty familiar. I’d also think that if he saw a UK citizen made homeless is a damn disgrace for what he fought for. Not even 100 years later and it’s falling apart? Those needing help tossed out, not knowing where the hell to turn to?

I linked him to a charity up around there. Also reaching out to y’all. Since it seems a goddamned Texan is doing a better job at looking out for the folks in Essex than the Tories in charge.
commented 2016-09-26 16:44:58 +0100
Are there any administration/research opportunities in your office?
commented 2016-09-15 09:17:57 +0100
From: Helen
commented 2016-08-26 22:39:37 +0100
A big fucking complaint.

1. this page doesn’t even load properly.

2 Corbyn is an absolute joke,so too are the speakers who supported him on Wednesday.

3. What the fck are you doing?!

4. Are you a professional organisation? Or one that relishes in being hijacked by a bunch of socialists? You are a joke… NO ONE WILL VOTE FOR YOU… IN CHELMSFORD OR SCOTLAND OR ANYWHERE, OTHER THAN HIPSTERS IN LONDONYOU ARE RUINING THIS PARTYSACK CORBYN NOW
commented 2016-07-19 14:16:51 +0100
I can’t find the details of when I joined the party which was just after Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader. I have the impression that anyone who joined after that leadership election will have to pay for the privilege [£25.00 such a cheek!]. So will someone tell me either ‘pay up’ or don’t worry your on the electoral list and ‘we will definitely be sent the ballot forms’. I am a carer and my husband is not at all well at the moment so I can’t make any definite volunteer commitments for now.
commented 2016-07-06 12:13:46 +0100
Given the chaos in our Party right now, I am requesting an urgent meeting for members to be held ASAP so the we can debate what’s happening and see what we can do as a local branch. With thanks Maureen Perrett
commented 2016-06-27 14:40:57 +0100

I recently rejoined the Labour party after many years of being disillusioned with the direction the party was headed in. I was very happy with the result of the recent leadership election and after watching from the side lines for a few months I was encouraged to rejoin by some party member friends.

I believe in Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the party and I feel that the PLP have been waiting for this moment ever since Corbyn was elected it’s leader

I don’t believe that he is to blame for the Leave campaign winning the referendum, I felt he did well, with all things considered, as two thirds of Labour party members voted to remain along with his own constituency. With the Labour party having had electoral successes at council and by-election level since he became leader and the party membership is now at its highest in years.

That to me is not failing.

Granted, he is not the most charismatic man out there, but he is a decent, principled and truthful man who stands up for the interests of the little person rather than those of big business.That matters to me immensely. I believe that it should matter to us all.

If he had support from the PLP from the beginning then he might have had more success with the wider population.

Could you please let me know what position the Chelmsford Labour party is taking regarding current events?


Anna Miller.
commented 2016-06-24 14:47:37 +0100
Sorry Labourites, I am out. JC is lacklustre and lifeless, I am cancelling my subscription.
commented 2016-06-07 11:11:32 +0100
Death of Paul Walentowicz last Saturday 4th June.

Cremation Wednesday 22nd June Chelmsford Crem 3:30pm.
commented 2016-04-29 19:00:03 +0100
My Vote and the rural areas in Essex. Please will you give more policing and campaign in this area Dengie Hundred ( Tillingham, Bradwell on sea, Dengie, Asheldam) as we feel that you and the others don’t care about these areas as we are not peasants or inbred! i have and am contacting the others as they have done the same though you got to got a along way as I never seen my MP in my village (Mr J Wittingdale) and i lived here all my life. Will you promise to listen and help rural communities and get policing in these’s areas?
commented 2016-04-12 10:26:37 +0100
commented 2016-01-18 14:54:21 +0000
Good afternoon,

My name is Samuel Sweek, I am the Youth Officer for the Labour Party in the constituency in Huntingdon. I am currently standing in the Young Labour elections to be your Youth Representative on the Eastern Regional Board.

I am hoping I can count on the vote of the young members of the Labour Party in Chelmsford. I believe I would be an excellent candidate with great experience and a real knowledge of issues, particularly effecting young people, in the East of England. I wanted to reach your society directly and ask for your help to get me elected.

Living in a region, particularly in my constituency, that is so heavily Conservative – I know the challenge that lies ahead. Huntingdon has been Tory since elections began and only this year did we see signs to suggest that this will change. With me a Youth Officer, membership amongst young people has spiked hugely and I am proud to have been part of this movement. I am hard-working, forward-thinking with a level head and down to Earth manner and I would be honoured to serve you locally.

So please consider a vote for me in the Young Labour election. I would appreciate any support you can give me. Thank you so much for reading.

Samuel Sweek

Youth Officer, Huntingdon CLP

Twitter: @samuelsweek
commented 2015-12-31 12:36:55 +0000
regarding my previous messages I want to make it clear that I would never support the Tory

party and my campaigning against Jeremy Corbyn would be a reflection of this. Any Labour party

campaigner who professes support for him as leader would get my total opposition. It pains me to

say but as a passionate voter I would rather abstain than vote for anyone that could help JC in his

commented 2015-12-31 12:25:22 +0000
I would like to know where Chris Vince stands on Jeremy Corbyn leadership of the Labour party?
commented 2015-12-31 12:24:22 +0000
Further to my message sent earlier I vow that I will vigouresly campaign against any party member who stands for election who is a supporter of Jeremy Corbyn
commented 2015-12-31 12:22:43 +0000
to protest at Jeremy Corbyn and his followers in the Labour party.

In every General Election and Local Elections I have always voted Labour since 1957 when I was

allowed to vote at the age of 21. My parents were active members of the party in Walthamstow

East. I however will never vote for such a divisive leader as JC. The party is doomed to perpetual defeat in every election until the party comes to it senses and select a more moderate leader.

You all know deep in your hearts that the general public will not wear his extreme views.

At the age of 79 I think I have enough experience to observe the direction that the party is going

in and these (so called) members who have signed up for the £3 membership are and never have

been true labour party supporters. The extremists have come out of the closet!!

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