HANDS OFF CLECKHEATON - Join the campaign to stop Cleckheaton becoming a forgotten part of Bradford

In September the Boundary Commission published its plan for new constituencies across England. Under their scheme Cleckheaton will be part of a Bradford seat.This will mean that our communities would become a forgotten part of Bradford. We have until the 5th December to make sure that this doesn't happen.

Cllr Kath Pinnock says "Cleckheaton needs an MP from the Spen Valley to stand up and speak out for our area. Please make sure that your voice is heard before we become a forgotten corner of Bradford".

Over the next few months the Boundary Commission will be consulting with the public on their plans to put Cleckheaton in Bradford.

You can comment on the plans online here. http://consultation.boundarycommissionforengland.independent.gov.uk/have-your-say/

Under the plans Cleckheaton would be tacked on to the edge of Bradford along with Birstall & Birkenshaw

How to change the Proposals

You have until 5th December to make your voice heard, please go to the Boundary commission and tell them what you think. Below are the criteria they have to use to make their changes and some advice to help make you argument against it.

The rules for the changes

The constituency must have between 72,810 and 80,473 voters.
The Boundary Commission may also take in to account the following:

Getting your point across

When speaking up for Cleckheaton it is important that we make points that the Boundary Commission will take into consideration.
factors that might influence them include:


Email: kath.pinnock@kirklees.gov.uk

Follow us on twitter: @kathpinnock


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