Tuesday, 20 February 2007
Two pictures from John Hacking, taken whilst out campaigning in Clayton ward, north Manchester. He gets about, and manages to take some pictures of an old co-op shop as well doing foot slogging to win votes. Click the pictures to get a larger view. Looks like it was built in 1908 by Droylsden Industrial Co-op Society. I like that crown on top. As John points out "I hope someone is recording all this because it'll be gone soon". You can read what our member John is up to at chorltonparklabour. Makes a good read following his "Ballots and Rain Tour of Manchester". Since then he's been to the Velodrome and Burnage, a tip of the hat to someone who is doing the real politics. What's that? Meeting people who are not politicians.