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Harlow Labour to host comedy night

Lifestyle / Thu 23rd Aug 2018 at 01:46pm

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13 Comments for Harlow Labour to host comedy night:

MickyB77
2018-08-24 04:02:55

I bet the residents of Bushey Croft don't turn up.

Logic4u
2018-08-24 13:31:20

No need for a comedian. Labour are full of clowns and jokers!

D.p.l
2018-08-24 13:38:13

This wont be hard because the Labour party and it's members and followers are a laughing stock anyway.

carra
2018-08-24 17:06:01

Made my day. The Clowns are sticking to what they know best.

durcant
2018-08-24 17:12:44

The more you mention the more tickets get sold.please keep up the comments. Thank you

1969goddess
2018-08-24 20:52:56

Don't make me laugh what does the Harlow Labour party know about comedy, they lack a sense of humour and some do not have a personality to start with.

durcant
2018-08-25 14:13:47

I thank you.please keep the nasty comments coming as ever nasty comment is great PR for this event. Thank you for your support.

Brett Hawksbee
2018-08-28 13:51:36

Fantastic! This may be a full house of comments from the 'Your Harlow' 'rogues gallery'. I have news for you. The event is over 2 weeks away. More than half of the tickets are already sold. It will be a great night. It will be another of the events which bring Harlow Labour Party and the local community together. Just like the kids film shows, Foodbank collections, the Basketball Court refurbishment, the Gibberd Ward garden clearance, the Dementia Friendly film show, the Labour Party Marquee at Linkfest, the Labour participation in Carnival, litter picks, community 'pop-up' surgeries, and many other initiatives which have in the past and will in the future, put Labour in the heart of community activity. I feel your pain ... the best you have is denigrating and bitching about the only party in Harlow which has anything to offer in terms of actual civic engagement. Instead of lame attempts at criticism, you should put your heads together and come up with something constructive to do yourselves for the community. But you wont. You don't have it in you.

tenpin
2018-08-29 09:04:19

There you go again Brett, demonstrating that you are in the rogues gallery along with the rest of them, 'bigging up' what the Labour Group are doing then throwing insults at others you don't agree with politically.. There are thousands of people, including members of other parties or voters of other parties who form this great community of Harlow who do voluntary work and simply just get on with it without making a song and dance about it. Although I do not agree with durcants politics, I suggest that you take a leaf out of his book about the way he puts across his messages on this website.

MickyB77
2018-08-29 16:52:19

BH, disgraceful attitude, even for a Marxist,fanatic. No criticism mate, just observations. Are these so called players, doing it for free ? I never seem to notice anything being offered to the local tax-payers, just saying.

UKMaverick785
2018-08-31 14:56:03

Anyone hazard a guess who's doing the Julian Clary turn? Plenty of nominations for the Job Brand one! 😂😂😂

Brett Hawksbee
2018-09-06 13:28:20

Tenpin, as I predicted, simply more criticism. And vague claims of civic engagement, presumably slipping under the 'Your Harlow' radar. Mucky, not sure of your point, but 1 how short is your memory? The Carnival, Linkfest, which included over 20 acts in the Labour Marquee were all free to local tax payers. Maverick the lineup is on the flyer.

tenpin
2018-09-06 23:08:55

My last post was simply an observation of Labour tactics. I can give you many examples of what individual members of HAP are doing within the community, they include volunteering at the foodbank, Neighbourhood Watch, Rotary Club, Museum, the WW1 project etc etc). HAP want HARLOW COUNCIL to be more engaged with the community, we want to see it set up residents groups, not just the tenants groups that it has. You may not be old enough to remember when the Council had area offices where the public could meet with senior officers, indeed the General Manager Dermot Byrne met the public at the reception desk on a Friday morning each week. It had 7 area committees which each met 6 times a year to which hundreds of residents would attend. So what do we have now? The recent Bushey Croft Planning Meeting was a good example. Decision being made behind closed doors, the public unable to question Officers statements, objections not be seen on the Council's website until after the meeting. So Brett, we are very happy that the Labour Group feel that picking up litter and having a good night out is a good way to engage with the public, but in the meantime we are campaigning on far bigger issues.

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