I remember when Desborough Town Council was the voice of the town and got things done Phil Sawford
Phil Sawford

Working for Desborough – working for you

Desborough had a proud tradition of electing people who worked hard on behalf of the town to get things done. Over the years Labour Councillors were at the forefront in the fight to get our fair share of resources and the services we need for our community. Labour Councillors campaigned for –

  • A Nursery Unit at Loatland School
  • Parking provision for the bowling club
  • The refurbishment of The Gaultney’ to provide 10 self-contained flats
  • The installation of a lift in Hazeland House
  • Replacement of the Millennium Bridge to re-open the footpath to Rothwell
  • The £11.5 million bypass which has taken a lot of heavy traffic out of the town
  • Beech Close sheltered accommodation built
  • The refurbishment of Montsaye swimming pool
  • The introduction of CCTV cameras in the town centre
  • Lobbied for the original grant for Marlow House
  • Extension and refurbishment at Havelock Junior School
  • Flats built in Gold Street
  • Bungalows built in Victoria Street
  • Government funding to buy the Lawrences site
  • and more

Labour was in control of the town council from 1978 to 2003. The Conservatives were in control of the town council from 2003 to 2018. Independents for Desborough have been in control from 2018 to 2021.

People talk of ‘the good old days when we got things done’ and Labour’s record in Desborough is better than anything we have seen since.

The message is clear   –

a vote for Labour is a vote for Desborough

 

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