As part of Loneliness Awareness Week, Labour has joined with Age UK, the Marmalade Trust, the Jo Cox Foundation and other leading charities to talk about how we can support each other.
Councillor Fay Howard was due to stand down as a Councillor this year alongside a number of other Councillors.
Work by The Children’s Society shows that over a quarter of the 23,968 children living in South Swindon constituency alone, live in poverty.
On the first official day of campaigning of this General Election, 1500 voters in Swindon have been told by Swindon Borough Council that they are being removed from the electoral register.
Walcot & Park North Parish Councillors and I would like to thank you for voting in this year’s local elections and for re-electing us as your Councillors.
The Swindon Labour Group have as accused Swindon’s Conservative administration of gambling £60m of Swindon taxpayers money on infrastructure as part of the Eastern Villages Development.
Sarah Church, Labour Parliamentary Candidate for South Swindon, joined Mums in Westminster to offer support and to hear their stories.
Co-op Fortnight is underway and this week Sarah attended two local events to celebrate the opportunities that co-operatives offer.
Sarah Church, Labour Party Parliamentary Candidate for South Swindon, will be joining the community on Saturday at Cavendish Square.
The government announced that it was considering abolishing no-fault evictions. Swindon Labour’s Housing and Homelessness Spokesperson, Emma Bushell explains further
Retired Police Inspector Mike White Endorses Trish Philpot for Lydiard & Freshbrook.