Elec­tion hus­tings ‘brim-full of pas­sion’

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A 200-strong au­di­ence gath­ered to hear can­di­dates for the Amer­sham and Che­sham con­stituency at a Hus­tings evening last Thurs­day.

Held at Gold Hill Bap­tist Church in Chal­font St Peter, it was or­gan­ised jointly be­tween Churches To­gether in Chal­font St Giles and Gold Hill.

Chaired by Dr Bob Brad­nock, se­nior re­search fel­low at King’s Col­lege Lon­don with regular ap­pear­ances on BBC ra­dio, each can­di­date an­swered 3 pre-sub­mit­ted ques­tions.

Ques­tions were asked about the econ­omy, the NHS, and a pol­icy area which was of par­tic­u­lar

DE­BATE: 200 peo­ple watched can­di­dates for the Amer­sham and Che­sham con­stituency at a Hus­tings evening im­por­tance to them. “The evening was

Ques­tions on the brim-full of pas­sion as night were sub­mit­ted on can­di­dates pre­sented cards and prompted their dif­fer­ent re­sponses on sub­jects per­spec­tives. such as HS2, the UK “Feed­back from po­lit­i­cal sys­tem and the guests con­firmed that eco­nomic chal­lenges the event was very for young adults. help­ful in their

Joyce Geld­hill, un­der­stand­ing of the op­er­a­tions manager at dif­fer­ent can­di­dates’ Gold Hill church, said: aims and pri­or­i­ties.”

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