We’re meeting at 7.30pm tomorrow, Tuesday at The Falcon in Huntingdon. Please come along and see how we as a CLP can help these vulnerable people. Greetings & a quick round up since CLP meeting Introduce Karen Dunn founder of the Facebook Group “Helping Huntingdon Homeless and surrounding areas” who has kindly agreed to tell […]
Rob Gardiner, one of our CLP members as well as a leading campaigner and activist in the Hands Off Hinchingbrooke campaign wrote recently to the Hunts Post and they have published his letter. We’ve included it here in full as it makes a number of very pertinent and trenchant points that are important for everyone […]
A timely reminder from one of our members, J Fisher: I have just received this from the Quaker Socialist Group which I mentioned last Monday. Ada Salter is a fascinating women and did great things in Bermondsey in the early part of the 20th century. Each year at the Quakers Yearly Meeting there is the […]
The Magna Carta and Women, a talk by Jocelynne Scutt at 7.30pm on Thursday 20th October 2016 at Milton Road Library Today, more than 150 years after Harriet Taylor’s hopes, expressed in her Enfranchisement of Women, 800 years after King John agreed at Runnymede, under the eyes of barons intent on advancing their rights, is […]
UPDATED 17th October with additional meeting items: Again with apologies for the slight delay in getting these out to the membership, here’s the draft agenda for our next meeting on 17th. If you have any questions or wish to submit an item to be included for discussion, please email us in the usual way.
With apologies for the slight delay in getting these out to the membership, these have been checked and can be viewed here.
…for taking part in the Education not Segregation National Campaigning Action Day – Education to support the Labour petition against new grammar schools. http://www.labour.org.uk/content/grammar-schools-petition Thank you to Patrick Kadewere, Samuel, Edwin, Rod, Rob x 2, Jo, Karen, Mac, Ruth and Matthew in Huntingdon, Annie, Phil, Sue, Mary, Catherine and all in St Ives, David and […]