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Introducing Labour in Birches Head and Central Forest Park

1710_BH_Aumir_photo.pngThe two member Birches Head & Central Forest Park ward covers the neighbourhoods of Birches Head, Central Forest Park, Hanley (part), Northwood and Sneyd Green (part).

Our ward organiser is Muhammad Aumir, a taxi driver and community activist.  Aumir is a socialist who believes strongly in a society having the values of social justice, equality, fairness, reward for hard work, good health and much more.  He believes that this dream can only be fulfilled by the Labour Party in power.

If you would like to support Aumir and the Labour Party in this area please use the Volunteer button.

As there is no Labour Councillor in this ward please contact gareth.snell.mp@parliament.uk if you need any help or advice.

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