Election hustings ‘brim-full of passion’
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
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Joyce Geldhill, understanding of the operations manager at different candidates’ Gold Hill church, said: aims and priorities.”