November 8th, 2011
Connah’s Quay Labour Party Councillors are urging local residents to attend a public meeting hosted by the Town Council. The public meeting will be held at Connah’s Quay Civic Hall on Tuesday 22nd of November at 6PM.READ MORE
March 10th, 2011
During Conference I was extremely lucky to meet Ed Miliband, leader of the Labour Party. It was purely by chance when I popped out of the main hall to get some water and literally found myself walking straight towards Ed himself, who kindly stopped and posed for a photo with me.
I shall be posting a full report here on the Connah’s Quay Labour website after it has been given at the Constituency General Management Committee AGM meeting on March 18 2011.
I would recommend Conference to ANY Labour party member as it is a fulfilling and awarding experience.READ MORE
February 2nd, 2011
As you can see we’ve uploaded a new dynamic look. We hope you like it. The old site can still be accessed here but it won’t be updated. The News/Blog section will be updated by myself, Peter & Aaron on a regular basis with the latest news from Connah’s Quay Labour Party and from Connah’s Quay itself.READ MORE
January 27th, 2011
Connah’s Quay’s Labour Councillors have welcomed the new Quay Shopping Centre.
Built on Ffordd Llanarth on the site of the old Neighbourhood centre the new units include a flagship supermarket Morrisons, Bargain Booze, Just Go Travel, Home Bargains, Greggs the Bakers, Barnardos and a unit is reserved for a bookmakers. Dee Quality Chippy is also returning to the centre.
Party Secretary Peter MacFarlane said: “I wish to congratulate St Modwen on transforming what was a derelict site into a magnificent retail centre. This is a major regeneration project and a vote of confidence in our community.”
Connah’s Quay South County Councillor David Barratt added that the new centre would be ‘a great asset to residents of Connah’s Quay.
It is yet unknown whether the Dderwen Deg pub that still stands next to Morrisons will be occupied again or whether it will be flattened to make way for more development,READ MORE