IT IS TIME FOR ACTION
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT FOR OUR CAMPAIGNS
Election Donation Appeal
We need your help.
If you, like us, want to see want to see real changes in the Macclesfield Constituency please contribute any amount no matter how big or small.
Donations made here, go directly to Neil’s Election Campaign.
We really appreciate any help you can give us
You get a receipt for all donations to us
If you don’t want to contribute via the link above, instead you can contact Fiona Wilson directly on
07458 985 320
HELP COMES IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES. IF YOU DON’T HAVE ANY CASH TO SPARE, OR IF YOU FEEL YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE IN SOME OTHER WAY OTHER THAN A MONETARY DONATION, PLEASE CONTACT US ON THE CAMPAIGN HOTLINE ABOVE. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO HEAR FROM YOU.
Those who donate and give their support to the local Labour Party come from all parts of society. Read what some of them have to say
Victoria says “I support Labour because I’m a junior doctor who has lived in the Macclesfield Tytherington area my whole life. I am passionate about providing the best for our community and bringing life back into Macclesfield”.
Seymour tells us “Having stood for Lib Dem councillor in north London in my thirties, I finally realised that voting for anything other than Labour would not make a difference for social justice. Because of that experience, I converted many years ago to Labour. Coming from a family of medics, I am stunned to see the effects the Tory cuts are having on our National Health Service. If they were still alive today, they would be shocked to see what is going on. I spent most of my working life as a librarian and believe the nationwide Library cuts are hugely detrimental to a civilised and educated society. I am also appalled at current Tory party foreign policy. This is often not highly visible, but how other’s see us in the world is, I believe, hugely important. We have to stand strong in our community”
Mary is a former academic and she explains why she supports Labour “The past few years have been extremely challenging for education in general and especially the part played by Higher Education. I have spent my entire working life in education and I have seen how post-16 education has been either sacrificed to Tory-designed austerity, or been commericalised at the expense of learning. This is wrong and puts stress on our young people who are saddled with debt when they least need it when they leave home and start to join the workforce”.