It’s been a busy four days with three Hustings on consecutive evening in Monmouth (a Transition towns Monmouth and Abergavenny / Crickhowell Friends of the Earth Green Hustings) on Wednesday, a BMA Hustings in Newport (on Thursday evening) and a Church in Wales Hustings at Trellech (on Friday evening). All were well attended and the audiences produced interesting questions.
|First out of three consecutive Hustings...|
This was followed up a commemorative parade to malt the 100th Anniversary of Gallipoli Campaign (Anzac Day) on Saturday organised by Chepstow town council and the Chepstow Branch of the British Legion and contingents from veterans organisations and voluntary bodies, watch by a sizeable crowd of onlookers.
|On parade in Chepstow|
This was followed by a late morning and afternoon canvassing session (it’s still very positive on the doors) in Bulwark, in Chepstow.
|On the stump in Bulwark, Chepstow|
A few more housings last week (with the last one being at Monmouth Baptist Church, in Monmouth, which kicks off at 7.30pm on Friday May 1st) and the final round of canvassing and leafleting.