Magazine hARoLD 2023 No1

15 Feb 2023

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Summary of content

hARoLD 2023 No1
  • Rother District Council elections next May
    • Martin Griffiths
    • Andrew Mier
    • Guy Harris
  • Tory deselection shocker
    • It looks like Sally Ann Hart is to be de-selected by her local Conservative Party.
  • Martin Griffiths message
    • The first of regular messages from our new Chair who has just taken the position and is now preparing for the future.
    • Battle stations for the forthcoming elections.
  • Ticehurst Talk
    • On Social and Affordable Housing.
  • Rother Report
    • De La Warr Pavilion and Sidley have received leveling up grants
    • The Rye pool
    • A trip to the Rye food bank on Wed 15th Feb
  • Hastings Humanist discussion group
    • 9th March - Artificial Intelligence is coming of age
    • 13th April - A joint debate with the Interfaith group on collaboration
  • A success on Sewage
    • Our amendment to the new Infrastructure Bank will prevent further investment in water companies unless they produce a costed and time-limited plan to end sewage discharges into local rivers.
    • The result of a grass roots campaign across the country that will continue - when we work together, we can win together.
  • The LibDem Pint in Rye
    • At the Queens Landgate TN31 7LH
    • At 7.30pm on the 23rd February
    • All welcome
  • Voter ID is coming
    • You will be required to show a voter ID with a photo, in order to be allowed to vote. Despite there being no evidence of significant voter fraud, this new impediment to voting is now the law.
    • If you do not have a Passport or drivers licence go to for a free Voter Authority Certificate.

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