Sunday, 31 August 2008

Area Campaign Targets Tooting

By Steven George

Tooting – August 31 2008, Conservative Future activists have completed a successful action day one of London’s most crucial target seats.

The action day attracted over 20 activists from up and down the country who delivered mountains of election literature to members of the public. The event was organised by Mark Clarke, PPC for Tooting and supported by the membership of London South CF run by Area Chairman Clare Hilley.
The Area structure helped drive people to the event which was also attended by some of the most senior and experienced leaders including Matt Richardson and Christian May.

“It was great to see so many people getting out on the doorsteps and helping CF,” commented Clare Hilley, London South CF.

“By working together we successfully delivered a huge amount of literature to over 12,000 households,” She concluded.

Wednesday, 27 August 2008

This Saturday join us- we're campaigning in Tooting

If you're free this Saturday or have not yet made weekend plans, then come and join us!

We're campaiging in Tooting; the seat of last years' National Chairman of CF, Mark Clarke.

The meeting point is Tooting Broadway station at 10.30am.

Please find some more details below from Mark about the event:

"The Tooting campaign days are something of legend. People come to Tooting Broadway station for 10:30. We deliver in the morning. Everyone then gets a slap up hot lunch (for free) in the Selkirk Pub on Selkirk Road. Then we deliver in the afternoon. Then everyone gets drinks in the Selkirk Pub. Lots and lots of them. Again on me. (or rather my long suffering Association Chairman). It's all been agreed with the new CF Campaign's Director, so come along and support. And have an almighty time afterwards."

Monday, 18 August 2008

Friday night in Purley....

Last Friday London South CF came together in Purley for a night of fun, frolics and entertainment!

We started off in Elliots wine bar, then made our way to Brass Monkeys and ended up in the Treehouse in Croydon.

It was a good laugh and we even managed to convert some people- lets hope that they turn up to the next event!