With regard to Brexit, we share residents’ disappointment; We voted and campaigned to leave the EU; and now, like many others, we feel frustrated that promises have been broken by national politicians.
In the district, across towns and parishes, local Conservatives councillors have avoided making cuts by running efficient and effective councils which maintain services and ensure rate payers get the best value for their money. Just this week, for the second time, Waltham Abbey Town Council has been given 'Quality Gold Status' as part of the Local Council Awards Scheme.
We are asking the residents of Waltham Abbey to vote Conservative on May 2nd so that we can continue the excellent work of the past few years which has seen the first Council housing in the town for more than 30 years, a £10M state of the art leisure centre and swimming pool in Ninefields, the latest 3G football pitches on the Town mead, the expanded and completely refurbished Epping Forest Museum in Sun Street.
The Conservative led district council has funded 3 additional Police officers to work exclusively in the district and this summer will see two further officers assigned to Waltham Abbey as part of Essex Polices’ Town Centre Teams initiative
Waltham Abbey Conservatives candidates would ask residents, when they vote in the upcoming local elections, that they do not reflect on the national political picture but focus on those local councillors who have and will continue to represent them best locally.