Monday, 16 March 2009

My visit to Manningtree on this Thursday morning [Media release]

Green Party Euro Election lead candidate Rupert Read is coming to Manningtree this Thursday as part of his ongoing 'listening tour' of East Anglia.  Rupert is hoping to meet members of the local Transition Town group who are developing responses to the need for a low carbon economy to combat dangerous climate change. Rupert said "This part of Essex has many green sympathisers; I am excited to have the chance to talk to some of them and answer any questions on Green Pary policy.  Issues that are close to my heart are; creating 'green' jobs which help the local community as well as the environment, and boosting the stock of affordable housing for first time buyers and the less well off."

Rupert said: "I am looking forward a great deal to hearing about the experiences of Manningtree people at this time of economic downturn and wider uncertainty."

Rupert will be in Manningtree from 9.20 to 12.00 on Thursday 19th and would be happy for anyone to engage him in conversation on political issues.  Rupert's time in Manningtree starts at 9.20 at the Railway station where he and a group of supporters are happy to have photos and questions.

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Green Party Euro Election lead candidate Rupert Read is coming to Manningtree this Thursday as part of his ongoing 'listening tour' of East Anglia.  Rupert is hoping to meet members of the local Transition Town group who are developing responses to the need for a low carbon economy to combat dangerous climate change. Rupert said "This part of Essex has many green sympathisers; I am excited to have the chance to talk to some of them and answer any questions on Green Pary policy.  Issues that are close to my heart are; creating 'green' jobs which help the local community as well as the environment, and boosting the stock of affordable housing for first time buyers and the less well off."

Rupert said: "I am looking forward a great deal to hearing about the experiences of Manningtree people at this time of economic downturn and wider uncertainty."

Rupert will be in Manningtree from 9.20 to 12.00 on Thursday 19th and would be happy for anyone to engage him in conversation on political issues.  Rupert's time in Manningtree starts at 9.20 at the Railway station where he and a group of supporters are happy to have photos and questions.

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