Labour’s three seats challenge – think three peaks but for target seats – is coming in a uniquely Scottish form to help beat back the SNP.
Next week, #Lab7Scots will visit Glasgow Central; West Dunbartonshire; Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch; Airdrie and Shotts; Edinburgh South; Edinburgh East and Glenrothes, all in just two days!
There will be a full two hours in each seats and lots conversations made. Previous challenges have made up to 1000 contacts in a day.
Inspired by a group of friends and kindly supported by Progress, #Lab7Scots is pressured, high impact and lots of fun. It prides itself on being inclusive – everyone in the Labour Party is welcome to get involved – and is enjoyable for all who take part. There is even a medal at the end.
Conor Pope at LabourList, joined the last #Lab3seats tour, and you can read about his experience here.
You can be part of this. Come along and help seven seats that desperately need a Labour MP.
Wednesday 1 April 2015
10.30am: Glasgow Central (Anas Sarwar)
1.30pm: West Dunbartonshire (Gemma Doyle)
4.30pm: Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch (Gregg McClymont)
7pm: Airdrie and Shotts (Pamela Nash)
Thursday 2 April 2015
10.30am: Edinburgh South (Ian Murray)
1.30pm: Edinburgh East (Sheila Gilmore)
4.30pm: Glenrothes (Melanie Ward)
More information (meeting places are coming very soon) and a sign-up form is at http://prog.rs/lab7scots. You can also follow the event on #Lab7Scots and @Lab3seats.