| Get Writing!
An effective way of making yourself heard is to raise any objections
or concerns you have with your local MP and councillors, and directly
with the Transport Secretary, Alistair Darling. If these people don't
hear from you, they will assume that everything is just dandy and that
a bypass is the solution that everyone wants.
Names and addresses are provided below, to get you started.
Now you can contact your local councillor and your MP via the new website
Write To Them. Simply type
your postcode into the search field, click on the name of the person
you wish to contact from the search results page, and follow the instructions
provided on the site.
Write to Councillors
Sean Parker-Perry (Lab) 143 Mottram Moor
Tel: 01457 765580
(mark the Subject "FAO: Councillor Perry")
Peter Bibby (Lab) 19 Summerbottom
Tel: 01457 763758
(mark the Subject "FAO: Councillor Bibby")
Roy Oldham (Lab) 8 Back Moor
S K14 6LF
Tel: 01457 762461
(mark the Subject "FAO: Councillor R. Oldham")
Visit the Tameside
Metropolitan Burrough Council website for a full lists of local
councillors in other boroughs of the region.
John Anthony Bull
(Glossop South) 97 Gladstone Street
Tel: 01457 867958
(Glossop West) 27 Green Lane
Derbyshire SK13 2DT Tel: 01457 853415
(Glossop East) 31 Blackshaw Road
SK13 7SN Tel: 01457 866531
Details of members of the High Peak Borough Council, are available on
the web, here.
(Cllr. McKeown who runs this website has a guestbook that is just crying
out for comments!)
Contact your MP
Either write to them directly, or send a fax. Visit www.faxyourMP.com
and enter your postcode, or:
For Stalybridge & Hyde, contact:
Rt Hon James Purnell
MP for Stalybridge and Hyde
House Of Commons
For Glossop, contact:
Rt Hon Tom Levitt
MP for High Peak
House Of Commons
Don't know who your MP is? Enter your postcode here
to find out.
Want to know more about your MP? Try theyworkforyou.com.
Write to the Transport Secretary
The Secretary of State for Transport
The Palace of Westminster