Baroness Jenny Jones to speak at Redhill dinner

Baroness Jenny Jones of Moulsecoomb

Baroness Jenny Jones of Moulsecoomb

We’re delighted that Baroness Jenny Jones of Moulsecoomb, the recently appointed Green Party peer, will be guest speaker at our annual fundraising dinner on 13 March 2014.

Jenny, a former archaeologist, is now one of London’s – and the Green Party’s – best known politicians.

She served as Deputy Mayor of London and Green Transport Adviser under Ken Livingstone, and now, as a member of the London Assembly and Deputy Chair of the Police and Crime Committee, keeps Boris Johnson and the Metropolitan Police Authority on their toes.

She came third in the 2012 London Mayoral elections, beating four other candidates, including the Liberal Democrats’ Brian Paddick.

Jenny is well known for her work securing improved facilities for pedestrians and cyclists, reductions in road crimes and traffic, and for defending civil liberties and support for victims of crime.

Dinner guests can expect a lively and entertaining talk, including Jenny’s first impressions of the House of Lords and anecdotes about working with Ken ‘n’ Boris.  She is looking forward to meeting local supporters and answering our questions too.

The dinner will take place at Mela Indian restaurant in Redhill, and will feature a delicious three course Indian meal.

Mela, 1 Linkfield Street, Redhill RH1 1HQ on Thursday 13 March 2014 at 7pm.

Tickets are available at £25 per person (£12.50 for children and concessions) for a three course meal (drinks not included). All proceeds will go to Reigate and Banstead Green Party, to fund our 2014 election campaigns.

Contact derek@rbgp.org.uk to reserve your place and find out more.

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