Charlotte Leslie MP

Getting Stuff Done for Bristol North West


Charlotte is leading the campaign for a fully functioning Metro rail system in Bristol


Charlotte is backing community reopening of historic Lamplighters in Shirehampton


Charlotte is demanding proper public transport before RPZ is considered


Charlotte helped clubs win their battle with council over swimming lessons monopoly


Charlotte is working with Cllr Wayne Harvey to revitalise our High Streets


Including abseiling down the Avon Gorge to support Bristol charity Home Start

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Monthly Archives: April 2010


David Cameron visits Bristol pub after leaders debate

David Cameron joins Charlotte Leslie for a pint of Guinness after the Sky News leaders' debate in Bristol

David Cameron joins Charlotte Leslie for a pint of Guinness after the Sky News leaders’ debate.

What does the leader of the Conservative Party do after taking part in a live debate in front of millions of television viewers? David Cameron chose to visit a popular Bristol pub after the Sky News leaders’ debate at the Arnolfini, where he shared a pint with Charlotte Leslie, prospective Conservative MP for Bristol North West.

Mr Cameron and his wife Samantha joined Charlotte and several Conservative supporters who had watched the debate in the Three Sugar Loaves at the bottom of the Christmas Steps.

Mr Cameron had a pint of Guinness and he bought a sparkling mineral water for his wife Samantha, who earlier that day had helped paint a fence at the Avon Riding Centre for the Disabled in Henbury (story here).


Ken Clarke meets voters in Westbury-on-Trym

Ken Clarke and Charlotte Leslie

Veteran Tory politician Ken Clarke joins Charlotte Leslie in Westbury-on-Trym

Veteran Conservative politician Ken Clarke has visited Westbury-on-Trym to join Charlotte Leslie and her supporters on the campaign trail.

The popular and gregarious former Chancellor, now Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Education and Skills, stopped to talk to voters in the village which now forms part of the Bristol North West constituency, in which Charlotte Leslie is the prospective Conservative MP.

Mr Clarke said that he always enjoys engaging in old-fashioned high street campaigning at election time.


Samantha Cameron visits Henbury riding centre

Charlotte Leslie greets Samantha Cameron

Charlotte Leslie greets Samantha Cameron as she arrives at the Avon Riding Centre for the Disabled

Samantha Cameron rolled her sleeves up on Thursday to join a team of volunteers at the Avon Riding Centre for the Disabled in Henbury. While her husband David was busy preparing for the Sky News leaders’ debate at the Arnolfini in Bristol city centre, Mrs Cameron was helping to paint a new fence.

Mrs Cameron was greeted as she arrived at the centre on Kings Weston Road by Charlotte Leslie, the prospective Conservative MP for Bristol North West.

The pregnant Mrs Cameron was then given a tour of the complex, which is located in 60 acres of beautiful pasture and woodland opposite Blaise Castle Estate.


BBC Radio Bristol spend the day in Southmead

Southmead police station

Charlotte Leslie was interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol at Southmead police station

BBC Radio Bristol is today broadcasting 13 hours of live programmes from Southmead. Today is six months to the day since a Panorama documentary portrayed the estate in a very unflattering light, as two undercover Asian reporters were subjected to several incidents of racism and anti-social behaviour.

Although the problems cannot be ignored, many Southmead residents interviewed on the radio such as Corinne Nesbit from Nez Cafe on Southmead Road said that there is a strong community spirit on the estate.

This morning, the Breakfast with Steve Le Fevre show came from Southmead police station. Charlotte Leslie, prospective Conservative MP for Bristol North West, joined her fellow candidates in the constituency, which encompasses Southmead, to debate specifically about the issue of law and order.


Greenpeace hustings in Horfield

Greenpeace logoThe four main candidates contesting the Bristol North West parliamentary seat took part in a hustings on Friday organised by Greenpeace. It was held at the Quaker Meeting Room on the Gloucester Road in Horfield and was hosted by Professor Chris Wilmore from the law department at the University of Bristol.

The hustings was attended by about 70 people interested to see what the prospective MPs had to say on environmental issues. The Horfield hustings was part of the national Ask The Climate Question campaign.

Charlotte Leslie, the prospective Conservative MP for Bristol North West, said that the hustings was an ideal opportunity for the main political parties to show that there is a consensus on some of the most important issues of our times.