Letter Wigan Observer - 16/10/2012

Published on by mikemouldingcommunity-action

Dear Editor,
Following your editorial in the Wigan Observer, October 9th, regarding Wigans prize in Britain in Bloom, as an avid member of the allotment & leisure gardener movement for the best part of twenty years, I am extremely proud my party has its origins in Wigan.
From the beautifully looked after train station at Hindley to the glorious Jubilee Park in Ashton and all the different selection of tubs and baskets in glorious flower, it certainly has put Wigan on the horticultural map of Britain.
Our party has a proud record of helping to improve the local environment in Wigan. Peter Franzen, Leader of the Community Action Party, through his community activities in Golborne, helped organise the planting of around 200,000 daffodils and crocus, which year after year results in large area's being covered in a dazzling ray of spring colour.
I will be encouraging all our activists to get involved and help Wigan do even better next year.
Yours Sincerely
Michael Moulding, Deputy Leader, Community Action Party, 92 Wyndham Avenue, Clifton, M27 6PY

Comment on this post

Ray Davies 10/17/2012 21:08

As a long time admirer of Peter Frantzen I am delighted that he is still active with CAP and is still staying true to his values from the beginning despite the personal attacks on his reputation .
In the past I have helped to win votes for CAP in Ashton-in-Makerfield and in my village of Stubshaw Cross and am looking forward to the possibility of future involvement...I have a campaign going
to rescue opur Heritage and restore the pride in our village again and would love for Peter to contact me about it .

mikemouldingcommunity-action 10/23/2012 21:51

Hi Ray, many thanks for your message. I would be grateful if you could email me your contact details mouldingmichael@gmail.com


Many thanks and look forward to hearing from you.