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News and views from Whitley's Labour councillor team

Labour in Whitley ward has a
strong track record.  We are proud of representing Whitley ward.  We know these are tough times for everyone but we will always do our best to support you and will consistently campaign for good jobs, more and better housing and to protect services as much as possible from the impact of the national Conservative government's policies.

With your help your councillors Rachel Eden, Kelly Edwards and Mike Orton will work hard to stand up for Whitley.  However we need your help! Please consider getting involved to help us stand up to the Conservatives and their Liberal Democrat supporters in government, we need new volunteers to help deliver our leaflets, to display posters at election time and to keep in touch with us about the issues in your road all year round.

On this site you can also find recent news, get in touch and find out more about us, other useful local information - from weather to useful contact numbers!

Recent Whitley news

  • Major works on the A33 start 1st December Works are due to commence on the A33 Pinch Point Scheme on Monday 1st December 2014 for six months.  The scheme comprises of a range of measures to improve ...
    Posted 25 Nov 2014 10:15 by Rachel Eden
  • Police - anti burglary operation Reading Police Area will be running an anti-burglary operation during the winter months. Neighbourhood officers will be patrolling in your neighbourhood and if they believe a house is at ...
    Posted 6 Oct 2014 03:49 by Rachel Eden
  • Exbourne Road play street a success Local children and parents enjoyed a special road closure on Exbourne Road on Wednesday (24th September).  Local councillors Kelly Edwards and Rachel Eden joined volunteers and the coordinator from ...
    Posted 27 Sep 2014 12:10 by Rachel Eden
  • Reading's Labour run council plans 1000 new council homes over next 30 years Labour-run Reading Borough Council has announced bold plans to meet the growing crisis in housing by building 1000 homes over the next 30 years. Demand for affordable homes in ...
    Posted 15 Sep 2014 07:17 by Rachel Eden
  • Parents urged to register for free school meals FAMILIES who are entitled to free school meals are being urged to complete registration forms so that schools continue to receive additional valuable funding. From the start of this new ...
    Posted 9 Sep 2014 03:28 by Rachel Eden
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