We are sad to report the loss of our Treasurer – Peter Inglefield, who passed away in 2018. He will be missed.
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Following the AGM in June 2016 the Committee continues as
- Chairman Gaile Griffin Peers,
- Vice Chairman Peter Butterfield,
- Treasurer Peter Inglefield,
- Secretary Mai Griffin,
- Raffles Linda Gill
2016 Update – It is with great sadness that we report the loss of Jane Inglefield and Pamela Cornthwaite and other members who passed on this year – they will all be missed.
It is with great sadness that we report the loss this year of Jane Inglefield, a stalwart committee member and long time party member. She will be nmissed
At 73.7% our employment rate has never been higher. We are moving further towards the goal of full employment that we set out in our manifesto.
Every person who gets a job is another person in our country with the security of a regular pay and the stability that comes with work.
Not only are more people in work than ever before, wages are rising faster than inflation. That means more money to spend as you choose, so that you can provide for you and your family.
But we cannot rest. With over 700,000 job vacancies, we have an opportunity to help unemployed people back into work. And we must guarantee our economy creates new jobs by ensuring we have a government that lives within its means and our economic recovery is sustained.
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