On Friday 1st May 2020, Hucknall Food Bank will be collecting donations from your house.
Please support Hucknall Food Bank by donating any non-perishable foods to allow them to carry on supporting those in need during this pandemic.
All you need to do is leave your food bag outside your door/gate (Hucknall only) on Friday 1st May, and it will be collected.
Please email your address to firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know you would like to donate.
Keir Starmer won with 56.2% of the vote against Rebecca Long-Bailey, who came second with 27.6%, and contender Lisa Nandy, who took last place in the contest with 16.2%.
In the deputy leadership race running alongside the main race, candidate Angela Rayner won on the third round with 52.6% of the vote. Full results below.
Keir Starmer – 56.2%
Rebecca Long-Bailey – 27.6%
Lisa Nandy – 16.2%
Labour leader – total votes returned:
Members – 72.6% (401,564 out of 552,835)
Registered supporters – 95.5% (13,006 out of 13,626)
Affiliated supporters – 35.0% (76,161 out of 217,690)
Total – 62.6% (490,731 out of 784,151)
ALLIN-KHAN, Rosena – 77,351 (16.8%)
BURGON, Richard – 80,053 (17.3%)
BUTLER, Dawn – 50,255 (10.9%) [ELIMINATED]
MURRAY, Ian – 61,179 (13.3%)
RAYNER, Angela – 192,168 (41.7%)
ALLIN-KHAN, Rosena – 88,049 (19.5%)
BURGON, Richard – 88,664 (19.7%)
MURRAY, Ian – 64,560 (14.3%) [ELIMINATED]
RAYNER, Angela – 209,698 (46.5%)
ALLIN-KHAN, Rosena – 113,858 (26.1%)
BURGON, Richard – 92,643 (21.3%)
RAYNER, Angela – 22,8944 (52.6%) [ELECTED]
Labour deputy leader – total votes returned:
Members – 68.8% (380,076 out of 552,835)
Registered supporters – 88.5% (12,065 out of 13,626)
Affiliated supporters – 31.8% (69,316 out of 217,690)
Total – 58.9% (461,457 out of 784,151
As the coronavirus spreads, Hucknall Labour's priority is your health and wellbeing.
As well as doing everything we can to keep our members safe, we are committed to ensuring we fully contribute to the collective effort to protect public health.
We have paused all party campaigning and local meetings. Instead of canvassing and campaigning, we ask Labour members to get involved in supporting vulnerable people in our communities where and when they can – ensuring this is done safely and on the basis of public health advice.
We encourage the people of Hucknall, if possible, to join the 'Hucknall Community Care - Coronavirus' Facebook group, set up by Kate Edwards, to help the most vulnerable people in our Town. You can find the group here.
Please look after yourselves and feel free to get in touch with us if you need help.
On the 5th March 2020, Ashfield District Council held a Council Tax Setting meeting, where the decision to increase council tax by the maximum amount (2.7%) was voted on by all Councillors.
Only Labour voted against the increase. Unfortunately, the vote was carried.
In addition to this, the decisions to cut £10,000 from community grant funds and to not ring-fence money Edgewood Leisure Centre but put £20,000 in to comms were taken. Again, only Labour voted against these decisions.
We wanted to thank everyone who came to our #SaveEdgewood demo today. We collected a lot of signatures and had lots of great conversations, hearing reasons why residents don't want to see Edgewood Leisure Centre close.
Please continue to sign the petition here.
Hucknall & Ashfield Independent Councillors are trying to increase car parking charges at Yorke Street & Piggins Croft car parks.
The main changes to Hucknall include:-
Up to 4 hours: from £1.50 to £2
Over 4 hours: from £2 to £4
Hucknall Labour Councillors, Lauren Mitchell & Keir Morrison, have called on the Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Streets, Parks & Town Centres, Councillor David Martin, to SCRAP these proposals...
Cllr Lauren Mitchell said: "This is not only unfair on residents but would be bad for local businesses. We want to encourage people to spend time in the District, not put them off by doubling parking prices".
Cllr Keir Morrison added: "The car parking consultation has been confusing and beurocratic from the start. This doesnt take into account staff who rely on these car parks who work in stores located to the town centre who will be disproportionately affected".
Let Cllr Martin know you are against the increase in charges by contacting him at email@example.com. You can also have your say by filling in the consultation form (deadline 9th March) here.
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East Midlands Labour Candidates:
1. Rory Palmer
2. Leonie Mathers
3. Tony Tinley
4. Nicolle Ndiweni
5. Gary Godden
Results in full
HUCKNALL SOUTH WARD:
Lauren Mitchell (Lab) - 642 - ELECTED
Keir Morrison (Lab) - 606 - ELECTED
Jan Lees (Con) - 526
Brian Willows (Con) - 496
Ben Tomlinson (Ashfield Independents) - 470
Jean Toseland (Ashfield Independents) - 461
HUCKNALL CENTRAL WARD:
Trevor Locke (Ashfield Independents) - 690 ELECTED
Jim Blagden (Ashfield Independents) - 671 ELECTED
John Wilkinson (Lab) - 559
Nicolle Ndiweni (Lab) - 540
Trevor Peat (Con) - 356
Liz Kelly (Con) - 297
Jack Holland (UKIP) - 279
HUCKNALL WEST WARD:
Kevin Rostance (Con) - 1043 - ELECTED
Phil Rostance (Con) - 1031 - ELECTED
Chris Baron (Con) - 831 - ELECTED
Rachael Clarke (Ashfield Independents) - 691
Nicole Paylor (Ashfield Independents) - 653
Pat Ayres (Lab) - 642
Gordon Mann (Ashfield Independents) - 610
Louise Cooke (Lab) - 603
Ian Morrison (Lab) - 600
HUCKNALL NORTH WARD:
John Wilmott (Ashfield Independents) - 2011 - ELECTED
Lee Waters (Ashfield Independents) 1879 - ELECTED
Dave Shaw (Ashfield Independents) - 1869 - ELECTED
Alice Grice (Lab) - 619
Nat Mason (Lab) - 557
Natalie Bryan (Lab) - 539
Vicki Charlton (Lib) - 309
Cathryn Rostance (Con) - 281
James Harvey (Lib) - 231
David Randall (Con) - 216
Martin Howes (Lib) - 196
Maria Stojak (Con) -192
Thank you to everyone who supported us in this election.
Hucknall Labour Party is proud that 50% of its candidates for the Ashfield District Council Election on 2nd May are women. We want to make the District a better place for women...
Locally, Labour pledges to:
- Continue to provide and improve supported housing for survivors of domestic abuse
- Encourage women from across the District to get involved in local government/politics
- Represent ALL women by voicing their concerns and issues with the Council
Nationally, Labour pledges to:
- Create a standalone Department for Women and Equalities headed by a full time Secretary of State
- Introduce up to 10 days leave for survivors of domestic abuse
- Provide funding for free menstrual products for secondary schools, foodbanks and homeless shelters
Hucknall Donates Day - 1st May
26 Apr, 2020
New Leader & Deputy Leader Announced
4 Apr, 2020
Hucknall Labour Party Statement on Coronavirus
19 Mar, 2020
Hucknall Labour votes AGAINST a rise in Council Tax
11 Mar, 2020
SAVE EDGEWOOD LEISURE CENTRE!
1 Mar, 2020
SAY NO TO PRICE INCREASE FOR PARKING
23 Feb, 2020
24 Jul, 2019