Conservatives in Watford are appealing for volunteers in the town to get involved in community activities.
They have been taking part in a wide range of volunteering activities in the community: from bulb planting, to cleaning and sprucing up Cassiobury Park, litter-picking and supporting local charities.
Sarah Hayes, who is standing as the Conservative candidate for the Woodside ward, organised a Christmas market for her local church to help raise funds and also volunteered serving food and drinks at a carol service.
She said: “Being part of a team that is working to help improve Watford and support its residents wherever we can is really enjoyable and means I am able to give something back to society.”
The Conservative candidate for Tudor, Darren Harrison, who took part in a soup kitchen and delivered home-prepared soup and other food to homeless people in Watford, added: “If you would like to get involved and volunteer some of your time, please get in touch by emailing: email@example.com. It does not matter how much time you have, every spare pair of hands makes a big difference.”
George Jabbour, who is campaigning to become the next Conservative Mayor of Watford, recently joined a local group to sell shirts and other clothing items in Watford High Street to help raise funds for a worthy cause.
He commented: “Watford Together has been such a successful project. It is wonderful to see how people like Sarah, Darren and the rest of the Conservative team are making a difference in the community.”