Charville candidate reflects on campaign ahead of vote

Labour’s candidate in the upcoming Charville by-election, Steve Garelick, has reflected on the campaign ahead of the vote due to take place on Thursday 6th May.

Since his selection, Steve has been campaigning in Charville daily, talking to residents about what they want for their community and how it can be achieved.

The ward has been represented by Conservatives since 2018, but Steve believes that the residents need a Labour voice to stand up for them against a tired Conservative administration who has run out of ideas.

Speaking about his campaign, Steve Garelick said:

I will speak up for Charville and make sure that we’re heard – I’ve had enough of seeing our community be taken for granted by the Conservatives.

I will be Charville’s voice in the Civic Centre, not the Civic Centre’s voice in Charville. Hillingdon Labour has worked hard to deliver a fairer Hillingdon, including stopping the Conservative Council from spending £40 million of your hard-earned tax money on a completely unnecessary theatre in Uxbridge.

If you elect me on the 6th of May, I will be fighting in your corner, tackling the issues that matter such as fly-tipping and litter, crime, and making sure that the Council spends your money where it matters, not wasting it on vanity projects. 

It’s time for a change, don’t you think?



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