Saturday, 1 May 2010

Plaid united for May Day



Mayday turned out to be a good day for Plaid in Wrecsam today - 16 activists came out (including a dedicated supporter from Liverpool!) along with Janet Ryder and Arfon Jones to hammer the message home in Wrecsam town centre with a PA system and our well-travelled banner that Plaid is a real contender in both seats. Leaflets, stickers and posters were flying off the stall.

Doesn't the banner look good?

7 comments:

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

We outnumbered Labour/BNP/UKIP workers put together, and we had a visit from the Wrecsam and South Clwyd Lib Dem candidates. It was only the Conservatives that were missing but they have pulled their resources ot of Delyn and Wrecsam to try and win South Clwyd.

Plaid Queensway said...

Have they? Been everywhere around Clwyd South the last fortnight and not seen any window posters or seen any Tories about. I have seen some John Bell posts in farmers fields, a lot have had a word or two added to them though!If they are putting their resources into Clwyd South I'm yet to see much evidence.

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

Antoinette Sandbach is not going to win Delyn, Hanson is home and dry, so Nick Bourne decided to put the resources into South Clwyd. Kay Swinburne the invisible Tory MEP in Wales was in Brymbo yesterday with Paul Rogers. Not sure where they are putting the resources in. Might be telephone canvassing but that'll probably shock them to realise how soft any vote is for John Bell...why the hell did they choose him I'll never know.

Anonymous said...

Tory posters in Johnstown have had "end" added to "John Bell". if he doesn't win this time, it will be the end for him!

monis said...

Isn't that Mr Wong on the Plaid stand - the same guy who is running the martial arts centre in Llangollen which has had thousands of taxpayers money given to it?

Nice to see the Labour-Plaid assembly government wasting money on their pet projects!

Anonymous said...

Delyn is still a tory target. A swing from Labour to the liberal democrats in seats such as Delyn and Clwyd South will help the Tories.

David Cameron visited Tesco in Holywell today - dont think he would visit a seat which wasn't a target?

Lots of Conservative posters around Coedpoeth and Minera.

Plaid Queensway said...

'monis','tommy' 'james', whatever your calling yourself this week, do your homework before slating people, you clearly haven't got a clue what you're talking about as usual.