It's... Tory constituency mitosis!Hammersmith and Fulham was one of most stunning gains in 2005. Now the seat's boundaries have been changed, and at the next general election the area will have two MPs. The Fulham side of the constituency will be joined to parts of Chelsea , making it a strongly Conservative seat. But we want to hold on to Hammersmith, too - giving us two Tory MPs out of one.
How can you help?
Join us on Saturday 20 January from 10.30 am. We'll start with some coffee to help you shake off the previous night's excesses, meet sitting MP Greg Hands, then head north to leaflet as many homes as possible. We'll stop for a local pub lunch and still let you out before the evening.
Hammersmith is even better connected to most parts of London than Battersea.Head for Shepherds Bush (Central Line), Shepherds Bush (Hammersmith & CityLine) or Goldhawk Road (Hammersmith & City Line). We'll meet at St. Simons Church Hall on Rockley Road ( http://www.streetmap.co.uk/newmap.srf?x=523661 ) but sign up with Matthew Richardson, by sending him an email now to let him know you're coming at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you can only come for part of the day, please also send me an email and we'll make separate arrangements for you to join us. Every hour counts towards us gaining another new Tory seat at the next general election.
I look forward to seeing you on 20th January.