LOCAL campaign group Lewes Stop The Cuts is hosting an
election hustings on Tuesday, May 3, to give residents the
opportunity to quiz prospective councillors on what they will
do to fight the cuts both locally and nationally.
Candidates from all the parties have accepted the Lewes Stop
The Cuts invitation to speak, including current standing
councillors, who are expected to face questions on protecting
public services and jobs. It is the only hustings that have
The meeting, at St Thomas A Beckett Hall, Cliffe High Street,
Lewes, is open to all and is a chance for residents to have
their say and hold representatives to account for their
policies and decisions.
More information about the Lewes Stop The Cuts campaign will
be available on the night and ideas for further events and
activites for people to get involved in will be discussed.
Lewes Stop The Cuts campaigner Holly Smith said: “This is the
only opportunity that Lewes people have to hold their
potential elected representatives to account and to ask them
how they are going to protect local public services and jobs
that Lewes residents rely on.”
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