In December 2009, Dominic Grieve MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Justice came to speak at the Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre in Leicester. Following his speech, Dominic and the Conservative candidates for the three Leicester seats took questions from the audience.
The meeting was open to the public and people attended from across Leicester. The event was also streamed simultaneously over the web.
Pictured left to right: Dominic Grieve MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Justice; Jane Hunt, Conservative Candidate for Leicester East; Ranbir Suri, Chairman of the British Asian Conservative Link.
Ranbir Suri, Chairman of the British Asian Conservative Link BACL, also kindly attended the meeting to hear from people locally, particularly business owners about the situation in Leicester during the economic downturn.
Jane would like to thank all those attended for their time and very interesting input to the meeting. She would also like to thank the Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre team for the excellent service they provided on the night.
WOT No Road?!
The people of Spencefield Lane, Evington were promised a new road surface by Leicester City Council. That's for the whole road. However, the new road surface currently ends at Welland Vale Road. I am in the process of investigating this with the council and will report back on progress.
Out canvassing in Thurncourt with Simon Whelband.
The three Conservative Candidates for Leicester met with the Chairman and Regional Co-ordinator of the Federation of Small Business recently.
Leicester's Conservative Candidates Meet with Federation of Small Business
Conservatives Direct Come to Leicester East
Conservative Candidates for Leicester Meet with Martin Traynor, Group Managing Director of Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce