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Tomorrow, 21st January, the day after Donald Trump's first full day as President, thousands will march on Washington DC and other cities around the world. I intend to walk to show solidarity in Wincanton, at 2pm from the Memorial Hall. I invite all who are able to join me.
From 10.00pm on Thursday 7th May right through until the afternoon of Friday, the counting of votes went on in Yeovil for our Town, District and Parliamentary candidates.
A full round up of local General Election results at Town, District and Parliamentary levels, plus a summary of a fascinating day in national politics. At the Memorial Hall voters arrived steadily throughout the day, right up to 10.00pm.
Local Conservatives and Wincanton in Crisis members may not be entirely happy about the positioning of this sign on the security fence alongside the road above the Bayford Hill site. Counter-intuitive campaigning?
On Friday 17th April the parliamentary candidates slugged it out in front of a packed house in the Memorial Hall, Wincanton.
A Wincanton meeting organised by Somerton and Frome Greens was joined by community campaigners from across the constituency on Tuesday 10th March to discuss development in the area.
Views from UKIP candidate Mark Vallance, who is standing for South Somerset District Council in the forthcoming elections.
Wincanton Chamber of Commerce is organising two election hustings in April to help you decide who to vote for. You are invited to submit questions for the candidates.
People across our Somerton & Frome constituency have been showing me how, and where, our County and District Councils are pushing through inappropriate developments against the wishes of local communities like Wincanton. Join a meeting at King Arthur's on 3rd March to discuss with Green Party representatives.
"Wincanton in Crisis" epitomises the UK’s membership of the EU. Hear UKIP’s message at Horsington Village Hall on Friday 16th January, where topics will include "Wincanton in Crisis" and "Who will tell the truth about the NHS?"
As early as 1st January, my inbox pinged with a new article from a political party – it seems the build-up to the general election will now begin in earnest! Here’s a brief reminder of Wincanton Window’s stance on political matters.
David Rendel was recently in Wincanton, knocking on doors and leading his team in carrying out a residents’ survey, his aim being to meet as many people as possible. In this photo he's with Sheila and Mark Savage of Mundays Mead.
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