Local Cefn Branch Labour Party Supporting Community Projects


Cefn Branch Labour Party (CLICK HERE) have written to the Splash Community Trust/Plas Madoc Leisure Centre, to explain they are donating money in order to support such a fantastic local community-run project. The letter states:

“Cefn Branch Labour Party are delighted to have made a donation in cash of £35.00 to further the excellent work of Splash Community Trust.”

This is part of the on-going process of Labour connecting with and supporting our communities. Labour is very much now ‘For The Many, Not The Few’, and it is important that local residents know that their local Labour Party is there for them, and can act as a vehicle in various different ways for the community, whether they are Labour Party members or not.

Cefn Branch Labour Party Treasurer, Penny Eaton, was delighted to be able to pass this money on:

“It’s great for the local Cefn Branch of the Labour Party to be able to help such a good local cause. It was brilliant to see just this past weekend so many cars in the Splash Magic car park; this is something all concerned can be really proud of”.

Clwyd South Media & Community Engagement Representative, Adam Samuels, said: “It is great to see how active our local Branches are, and how people from those communities are doing really positive things to engage and support local people. Labour is a very much people-driven, inclusive party we can all be proud of.”

If there are ways you feel the local Labour Party can become more involved in your communities, wherever you are in Clwyd South, please do get in contact with us. You can contact us in various ways, including via the WebsiteFacebook Page etc.

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