COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN HART 

Local politics - it's about where you live
Election Date: Thursday May 5th 2022
Your support makes a difference  

Hart council does more than manage planning, housing and waste. It has a major influence on shaping the future of the area we live in. When you vote, please vote for a community-focused candidate; one who cares about providing for schools and roads, while protecting our local environment.  On Thursday 5th May, our four Community Campaign Hart candidates need your support through the ballot box so that the Community Campaign can continue to represent you and other local people effectively.  Our candidates are:

Gill Butler
Wendy Makepeace-Browne
Alan Oliver
Angela Delaney

However you vote in national elections, please use your local vote for Gill, Wendy, Alan and Angela, who are all standing because they care passionately about the area we all call home.

The Community Campaign Hart values the opportunity to speak with residents. We will be canvassing this year and if you are out when we call and you would like a conversation, please contact us HERE

WHO WE ARE

The Community Campaign Hart is a Residents Association registered with the Electoral Commission (as party P367), allowing us to contest local authority elections.

In 2004, we had our first two candidates elected to Hart District Council (who were the founding members of our group Jenny & James Radley). Further successes followed and we now have a total of ten serving Community Campaign Councillors at Hart.

To find out more about candiates see HERE

WHAT DO WE STAND FOR

We are proactive, hard-working, sensible and normal residents who want to protect the intrinsic qualities of the places we call home. We are particularly concerned with ensuring that new developments when they do occur provide the necessary infrastructure to mitigate their impact. We believe that Fleet and Church Crookham have seen enough development in recent years and advocate that when the government mandates further housing for the district that Hart have a different strategy to call upon than the usual extension of the existing conurbation.

We have no political dogma and we simply want to fairly and effectively represent local people:

WHAT CAN YOU VOTE FOR ON THURSDAY MAY 5TH?

All  areas will have the option to vote for:
  • Hart District Ward Councillors
In addition, some areas will also have the option to vote for:
  • Parish or Town Council Councillors

HOW YOU CAN VOTE ON THURSDAY MAY 5TH

Hart District Council is the local authority that manages the elections for the Hart area. You can either vote in person at a Polling Station or by post if you register for a Postal Vote.

There is a wealth of information on the Hart website, which you can find by clicking HERE

THANK YOU!