By Trevor Sharman

20th Apr 2022 | Local Features

Ealing Transition Initiative invites you to a Climate Action themed local council Election Hustings, on Sunday 24th April at 7.30 at St Mary's Church, South Ealing. Our local council elections are to be held on 5th May.

All council seats are up for election. In February 2019, Ealing Council unanimously passed a declaration of a Climate and Ecological Emergency, with all party support.

Subsequently, and with community support and input, the current administration has created a Climate and Ecological Action Plan which has been passed by the full Council. This is an opportunity for you as local electors to ask representatives of the four main parties contesting this election about their plans and commitments for effective local climate action and enable you to inform your choice for the vote for 5th May.

The Hustings will follow the BBC Question Time structure, with you submitting your question in advance and if selected, being prepared to ask it in person. Each party representative will then have an opportunity to respond.

We are delighted to have a respected independent chair for the evening, Dame Alice Hudson, Chief Executive of Twyford CofE Academy Trust which is responsible for four secondary schools in Ealing. Please send any question you wish to ask on this theme to [email protected]


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