ashbrow ward

Ashbrow WaAB_Jan_13.jpgrd covers Deighton, Sheepridge, Bradley, Fixby and part of Fartown. 

We have returned Labour councillors consistently since the ward was created: because we have hard-working councillors committed to improving our ward and active branch members. We hold monthly meetings and organise socials during the year. 

Our Labour councillors are:

Amanda Pinnock:   07766 221810   amanda.pinnock@kirklees.gov.uk

James Homewood: 07885 782094  james.homewood@kirklees.gov.uk  

Our 2018 candidate in the local council elections is the wonderful Harpreet Uppal. (Centre, main picture) Can you help in the run-up to the elections? Contact Harpreet on 07855 228937 or email us at huddersfieldclp@gmail.com

The councillors together with branch members produce regular newsletters to residents.  They are delivered by us! Read the latest election newsletter to residents  by clicking here: Ashbrow Labour Rose  

Our council candidate, Harpreet lives in the ward and was born & grew up in Fartown.  She attended our local schools, which did her proud.  Harpreet has worked for the NHS and now works for Debbie Abrahams MP, where she is focussing on the difficulties caused by the Tories' Universal Credit.

Harpreet says, " I am honoured to be Labour’s candidate for Ashbrow. I strongly believe in the principles of fairness and social justice, and if elected I will work hard to make a real difference in Ashbrow."

Harpreet, our councillors and branch members are in full support of HOHRI, MPs and the Council in fighting to keep our hospitalWe are also supporting Harpreet in:

    • Campaigning against Tory cuts to Council budgets which are seeing areas like Kirklees hit the worst.

    • Looking at innovative approaches to tackle fly-tipping.

    • Working closely with local agencies and community groups to tackle crime and improve outcomes for young people

  • Can you help in the run-up to the elections? Contact Harpreet on 07855 228937or email us

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    at huddersfieldclp@gmail.com

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