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Re-elect Anna Soubry

Broxtowe’s strong independent voice in Parliament
Working hard for Broxtowe

December 9th 
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Hello again,

Having spoken to many voters this weekend it's clear people are still making up their minds, though many have pledged to vote for me on Thursday.

Friday's hustings in Beeston have also hit the news because they revealed the true political character of both the Conservative and Labour candidates.

At the hustings in Beeston (clips are widely available on Facebook and Twitter), the Conservative candidate suggested people were using food banks because they didn’t know how to manage their budgets and some advice would reduce the need.

His comments were crass, lacked compassion and revealed he is clueless about important key topics. People use food banks because they don’t have enough money to buy the food and other essentials they and their family need. We have two food banks in Stapleford and one in Beeston and they already work with other agencies to provide an essential support to people - including benefit and debt advice. 

A growing number of loyal lifetime Conservatives have reached the conclusion that their candidate is just not up to being an MP. They are instead pledging to vote for me on Thursday as a genuine alternative and I'm grateful for their support. 

The Conservative Party has shifted to the right, expelling moderate decent Tories like Ken Clarke who is backing me. In Broxtowe, as Conservatives see the failings of their candidate, they can vote for me knowing they will not be handing the keys to No. 10 to Jeremy Corbyn but will be electing a centre ground MP who has worked hard for everyone in Broxtowe. 

When I spoke about the rise of anti-semitism in the Labour Party during Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure, I was shouted down by the candidate's supporters in the audience (you can watch the moment here) Labour's candidate in Broxtowe is a longstanding member of the old hard left and a huge fan of Jeremy Corbyn. He has some thoroughly unpleasant supporters who seek to deny the anti-semitism that blights the party. Labour's candidate has their support because he is one of them. This is why some moderate, decent Labour party members and supporters left the hustings. One said to me afterwards, "this is not my Labour Party" - but it is because it has been hijacked by the extreme left. A vote for the Labour candidate in Broxtowe is a vote for Jeremy Corbyn and I am the only genuine alternative to stop a Johnson majority.  

I beat Corbyn's candidate last time and, with your support, I can beat him again. 

I am the only candidate who can see off the extremes that have gripped the Labour and Conservative Party; I have cross party support to unite people across Broxtowe and I will continue to work hard for everyone. Tactical voting sites like Best for Britain and People's Vote are urging people to vote for me. 

I hope you will support me on Thursday and if you haven't already, please use your Postal Vote to vote for me.
As ever,
 3 great reasons to #VoteSoubry 
1. I will continue to work hard for everyone in Broxtowe, as I have done for the last 9 years as your MP.

2. I will continue to stand up to the abuse and threats from the extremists who are poisoning our politics, further dividing our country and destroying British values of tolerance and compassion.

3. I have the support of people of all political persuasions who recognise the work I have done as your MP and the need to have strong, principled and  moderate politicians in Parliament. I will continue to represent all my constituents and be your voice in Parliament. 
The Lib Dems have stood aside for me in Broxtowe and former Parliamentary Candidate Stan Heptinstall MBE has proposed me; Stan was a long serving Lib Dem Councillor in Bramcote and Stapleford and was Mayor of Broxtowe. My friend Ken Clarke has also declared his support kindly saying he has "always been a huge admirer of her efforts as the MP representing Broxtowe... I will be delighted if she is returned to the next Parliament."  I am touched and honoured to have their support. 
Precious Aidoo has always voted Labour and she is one of a number of life long Labour voters who have pledged their support along with Leave supporter Harry Fitch from Stapleford. 
Yvette Lamb is a Labour voter who has pledged her support and I am seconded by former Green voter Sarah Harker from Awsworth. 
I am so pleased Simon Tonks, former Chair of Broxtowe Conservatives, has pledged me his support. Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff, who has previously voted Labour, is now voting for me in this General Election. You can read more about all those who have endorsed me here
I am a founding member of The Independent Group for Change. We are a group of former Labour and Conservative MPs who believe in moderate, centrist politics based on the traditions of social democratic Labour and One Nation Conservatives. We have prepared a document setting out our values, principles and core policies in the General Election. You can read it here.

Here to help 

The constituency office remains open to help as much as is possible with new and existing case work. Please call on 0115 943 6507.

What's on in Broxtowe

Beeston Wildlife Group

A Year in the Life of a Wildlife Guide
16th December, 7:30-9:30pm

Where: Trent Vale Infant School, Trent Road, Beeston Rylands, Nottinghamshire, NG9 1LP
What's On: Neil Glenn will be sharing his experiences being a wildlife guide across the globe.  Admission is £3 and children are free. Refreshments will be provided.
Beeston Wildlife Group

Secrets of the Wildlife Garden
Monday 20th January, 7:30-9:30pm

Where: Trent Vale Infant School, Trent Road, Beeston Rylands, Nottinghamshire, NG9 1LP
What's On: Nick Martin will be discussing seasonal changes, digging ponds, planting hedges and other methods to entice wildlife into your garden. Admission is £3 and children are free. Refreshments will be provided.
Term Time: Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays

2nd Beeston Sea Scouts
Mondays: 6:45pm - 8:15pm Cubs (8-10.5 year olds)
Thursdays: 6:15pm - 7:30pm Beavers (6-8 year olds)
Fridays: 7:30pm - 9pm Scouts (10.5-14 year olds)
Where2nd Beeston Sea Scout Land HQ, Lilac Grove, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 1PP.
What's On: Scouts aims to build and develop young people’s confidence, sense of adventure and outdoor skills, as well as encouraging them to explore their beliefs and attitudes and be creative.  It offers them the independence to put these skills into practice at camps and even on international trips. To find out more, please click here.
Every Monday

Monday Munch Club
Arrive by 12:15pm for 12:30pm lunch 
Where: The Temple Centre, Nottingham Road, Nuthall, NG16 1DP
What's On: Come and enjoy a meal at the Temple Centre. As well as food, there are regular speakers and games such as quizzes and bingo for everyone to enjoy. Please call or email Sue on 0115 9519717 or [email protected].
Every Monday

Chilwell Age Concern Club
10am - 3pm
Where: The Scout Hall, Attenborough Lane, NG9 5JN
What's On: Club that cares for the elderly in a safe and friendly environment. Enjoy games and events, lunch can be provided. For further information, call Eileen on 0115 9677260.
Every Monday

Trowell Adult Activities Club (Badminton)
7pm - 10pm
Where: Trowell Parish Hall, Trowell
What's On: Badminton and table tennis in a fun, friendly social atmosphere. Open to all over 18 years old. Tickets cost £3.50. Call 07870216510 for further details.
Every Monday and Wednesday

Beeston Job Club
10.00am - 12.00pm
Where: Hope House, Boundary Road, Beeston, NG9 2RF
What's On: Drop in sessions to get guidance, help and support in any search for employment.
Every Tuesday

Beeston Job Club
10.00am - 12.00pm
Where: Beeston Library, Foster Avenue NG9 1AE
What's On: Drop in sessions to get guidance, help and support in any search for employment.
Every Tuesday (Term Time)

Art Group
1:45pm - 4:15pm
Where: Bramcote Memorial Hall,
Church St, Bramcote, Nottingham NG9 3HD
What's On: This friendly group now has more spaces, pop in any Tuesday and see if you would like to join us.  Beginners welcome, all mediums.  Free car park, refreshments included, small term fees. Contact; Pauline 0115 8376895.
Every Tuesday and Thursday

Wander the Waterways in Beeston
11:00am - 12:30pm
Where: Meet at Canalside Heritage Centre, Beeston, BG9 1LZ
What's On: Come and enjoy a walk along the canal in Beeston. All footpaths are suitable for wheelchairs and abilities. Children are welcome to come along too. Contact [email protected] or phone 0115 9221773 for more information.
Last Tuesday and Second Wednesday of every Month

Heart 2 Heart Cardiac Support Group

Where: Tuesday - 10am - 12 noon, Toton Tesco Community Room, Swiney Way, Toton, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 6QX.
Wednesday - 7pm - 9pm, Highfields Fire Station, Hassocks Lane, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 2GQ.

What's On: Meeting group where those suffering from heart conditions or those who are caring for someone can share their stories and advice in a safe environment. Cardiac nurses from Primary Integrated Community Services attend each meeting, giving advice and one-to-one talks.

Lunch Club
Where: The Spinney Day Centre, Laurel Crescent, Nuthall NG16 1EW
What's On: A great opportunity to make new friends, play games and chat with coffee and biscuits. Lunch is provided and transport is available. Call Shelia on 0115 9382862 for further information.

New Beginnings Art Group
1:30pm - 3:30pm
Where: The Oasis Centre, Union Street, Beeston, NG9 2LU.
What's On: New Beginnings Art Group meets weekly, bringing together people who are unable to work anymore owing to illness or injury, and are interested in art (Fees may apply). Please click here for more information, or call Greg on 07847096141.
Alternate Wednesdays

Friendship Group for retired and senior citizens
Where: St Helens Church, Stapleford
What's On: A chance to socialise and have lunch together. There are quizzes and speakers are arranged to speak to the group. Please contact St Helens Parish Office on 0115 939 9958 for more information. 
First Wednesday of every Month

Stapleford & District U3A Monthly Meetings
Where: Stapleford Methodist Church, Eaton's Road, NG9 7EA
What's On: Are you retired or work part time? Do you want to share fun, friendship and informal learning in a vibrant, enjoyable and varied way? Then why not come along to find out what the U3A is about and join in the activities which includes monthly meetings, speakers and a wide range of interest groups. For more information click here. 
Every other Wednesday (Fortnightly)

WIGWAM Cancer and Wellbeing Support
10:45am - 12:15
Where: Middle Street Resource Centre, Middle Street, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 2AR.
What's On:  In association with charity, Yes To Life, which is at the forefront of a new movement to revolutionise the way cancer is viewed and treated in the UK, WIGWAM provides a place to learn and share. The meeting aims to provide a safe place for people to receive flexible, non-prescriptive support. For further information please click here.
Every other Wednesday (Fortnightly)

Where: Cliffe Hill House, 22-26 Nottingham Road, Stapleford, NG9 8AA.
What's On: Gathering for needlecrafters to share their projects and learn from each other. Please come along to discuss what you would like to see happen at future meetings. Parking as available at the back of the building via Cliffe Hill Avenue. 

The cost is £3 and hot drinks and biscuits are included.
Contact [email protected] or phone 07850 985349 for more information.

Haven Eagles
Where: Haven Centre, Wadsworth Road, Stapleford, NG9 8BD
What's On: The Eagles is a Seniors Group that meet for talks, singalongs and trips out. Anyone over 50 is welcome. 

Outdoor Walking Netball
1:30pm - 3pm
Where: Chilwell
Memorial Hall Grass Courts, 129 High Rd, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 4AT
What's On: Walking Netball is a slowed down version of the game of netball, designed for anyone looking to exercise in a relaxed, supportive and friendly environment. Current our sessions are facilitated by an England Netball coach to provide encouragement and support. Contact for further information: [email protected] or 07791878766.
Second Thursday of Every Month

Attenborough District Probus Club

10am - 12pm
Where: Bowls Club Pavilion, Attenborough, except in June and December when we meet at a local restaurant.
What's On: Attenborough District Probus Club currently has vacancies for new members. We welcome retired or semi-retired business or professional men to enjoy a friendly monthly meeting with a variety of informal talks, following which several of us take lunch together at a local pub. To find out more please contact our Chairman, Ron Glen on 0115
8750435 or the Secretary Martin Lippmann on 07504 068302.
Every third Saturday

Beeston Parkinson's Café
10am - 12pm
Where: Catholic Church Hall, Foster Avenue, Beeston, NG9 1AE.
What's On: Friendly, informal gatherings offering information and mutual support for people with Parkinson's disease. Drop in, no need to book.
For more details please call 07851 651 988 
Every First Sunday

Free Sunday Breakfast Club
Where: The Temple Centre, 44 Nottingham Road, Nuthall, Nottingham, NG16 1DP.
What's On: Run by the United Family International Church at the Temple Centre (Next to the Methodist Church) , this monthly group meets on the first Sunday at 9am to share a freshly cooked English breakfast.

Do you like playing Tennis ?

There are now places available at Chilwell Memorial Hall. There are three courts to play on, open over the summer period. All ages are welcome.

Cost including membership of Memorial Hall £80.00 + £2 each per session.
Please contact :- Christine Ball 01159225708.
Anna Soubry
8 Cross Street, Beeston, NG9 2NX
0115 943 6507
[email protected]

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