Sunday, 12 December 2010

AGAIN! Let's Make Our VOICES Heard! December 14th Ealing Town Hall 5pm

Tuesday December 14th from 5pm at Ealing Town Hall, W5

On November 30th Ealing's Labour led Council voted for closure.  

There is now a two-week ‘cooling off’ period during which the opposition parties have ‘called in’ the matter to be discussed before a full council meeting on the 14th December. A representative of the S.A.D. Ealing campaign will speak directly.
The (large!) Save Albert Dane petition will also be presented.

If we can fill the pavement outside the Town Hall with a loud & seething mass of disgust against these disgraceful cuts then we will be sending a VERY STRONG message to the Labour Councillors that they need to be back where they should be; in opposition to such proposals - NOT proposing them.

The ballot box does not forget...

If you disagree with such wanton destruction of frontline community services for children & vulnerable adults in Ealing then JOIN US!



or join us on facebook: see link on top right hand of this page

You can email your protests directly to Cllr Jasbir Anand
here at

You can also email Stephen Day who is the director of Adult
Social Services or even give him a call
on 020 8825 9315

Martin Smith is the Chief Executive of Ealing Council, (and doing well on £180k a year!) - he has two email's with which you can contact him on  or

Gary Malcom is the Leader of the Lib Dem Group on Ealing Council

Harvey Rose is another Lib Dem who has been positively involved with Day Centre issues before

Jason Stacey Is the opposition Conservative leader
Angie Bray is the Conservative MP for Ealing Central & Acton
Virendra Sharma is the Labour MP for Ealing Southall constituency 
Steve Pound is the genial MP for the neighbouring constituency of Ealing North

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The Ealing Learning Disability Partnership Board  
is a group charged with defending the rights of service users in the
borough and ensuring they get good services. You can fill out a contact form with your concerns about proposed closures at: 


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