Thought readers might be interested in these two leaflets as they are the first from Mike Hookem and two local citizen UKIP candidates from the Wentworth & Dearne Constituency; I only have them as .pdf’ files at the moment I … Continue reading →
Or….Every picture tells a story? The Labour Party is out campaigning in the Rawmarsh Ward, thought readers might be amused by this photo presented as evidence by John Healey on his twitter feed: Judging by this turnout they must be … Continue reading →
Extracted from a response to Caven Vines, Councillor for Rawmarsh Ward, who was seeking clarity on this important issue: “There are clear eligibility criteria for DBS checks set by government. There are three levels of DBS check available: Standard – … Continue reading →
Resignation from Corporate parenting Panel To keep you informed I have today withdrawn my resignation from this panel my reasons being; After talking to the Chairman and RMBC officers they have agreed to remove restrictions on these meetings and make … Continue reading →
From: Vines, Caven Sent: Monday, November 11, 2013 10:37 AM GMT Standard Time To: Lakin, Paul Cc: Thacker, Joyce; Etheridge, Hannah; Collins, Jacqueline Subject: Corporate parenting panel Chairman Please accept this as my resignation as a member of the Corporate parenting panel with mediate effect … Continue reading →
Dropping through letterboxes across Rotherham, the latest edition, summer 2013, of the Labour Voice. The usual hand wringing, drivel and crocodile tears are on display throughout, but this image appears on the front page and I couldn’t resist displaying it … Continue reading →
One of the advantages for Rawmarsh Ward citizens is that Caven Vines hit’s the ground running. Here is an exchange of correspondence between himself and Iain Duncan Smith’s Department: Caven’s response: .
CAVEN VINES UKIP COUNCILLOR RAWMARSH WARD SAY’S THANK YOU FOR PUTTING YOUR TRUST IN HIM Thank you Rawmarsh for putting your trust in me to serve you as your local UKIP Councillor. I fully understand that UKIP are the new … Continue reading →