Join other local Greens for this sociable action day. Beginners welcome, and friendly training given.
11 am Meet at entrance to Florence Park in Cornwallis Road at the junction with Florence Park Road to do petitioning, door to door.
12.30 Lunch at the Jolly Postboys pub on Florence Park Road. We will book a table based on how many people say they are coming so please do confirm to firstname.lastname@example.org
1.30pm meet at Jolly Postboys to go to the Boswell/Bailey area on the other side of Between Towns Road, for door to door 60 second surveys.
Hazel and Steve Dawe are building a team for their Election Campaign to win the Cowley Ward next May. Even if you can't make the day - there will be plenty of action in Coowley - so please do get in touch if you can help make Oxford Greener.
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Hazel Dawe is heavily involved in the Oxford City Farm project helping organise work parties on the site and helping negotiate the lease with the County Council. Hazel is an associate member of Florence Park Community Association and a regular user of the Community Centre. She is also a Cyclox champion for Cowley. She has given awards to the best cafes for plastic avoidance after organising a survey on plastic use in cafes around Oxfordshire.
Hazel has responded to many planning proposals around Cowley including the hotel development on Between Towns Road and the student development on Hollow Way. She opposed the William Morris Close development which would have worsened the already appalling congestion in Hollow Way. She is a member of CPRE (Council for the Protection of Rural England).
If elected Hazel will continue to support our local community groups: Florence Park Community Centre, Oxford City Farm and Flo’s the Place in the Park – the new community hub. She will also be an active advocate of fully segregated cycle routes in the City. She will advocate preserving our green spaces whilst tackling the housing crisis by providing truly affordable, energy efficient housing on the many brown field sites in Oxford.Send question