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‘YES’ men (and women) take to the streets

YES4Winslow campaigners talk to residents on market day PNL-140207-124442001

YES4Winslow campaigners talk to residents on market day PNL-140207-124442001

YES4Winslow campaigners took to the streets today, Wednesday, to raise awareness of the town’s forthcoming referendum.

The Winslow Neighbourhood Plan goes to community referendum on Thursday, July 24, and campaigners say it is vital residents cast their vote on polling day and make their views known.

YES4Winslow is a group of residents campaigning for people to vote Yes to adopting the neighbourhood plan.

A spokesman said: “The choice is a simple one – do residents wish to retain control of the future development of Winslow or do they want property developers to build where and when they want?

“If you don’t want developers to decide your future, then vote YES on 24 July”.

Scores of local people stopped at the campaign stall set up by the town’s Market Square to discuss their concerns, questions and issues relating to the vote.

Further information, including how residents can help, make donations or put up posters and placards, can be found at www.yes4Winslow.org.uk.

Residents who will not be in Winslow on July 24 can get a postal vote form from the Winslow Town Council office at 28 High Street, from Winslow Community Library or online at www.yes4winslow.org.uk/images/postalvoteform.pdf

 

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