Have you got south Manchester’s smartest street?

I am judging the Smartest Street competition alongside Homesmine editor Jill Burdett promoted by the South Manchester Reporter and supported by lettings agency Jordans. The aim of the competition is to find the most loved and best cared for street in your area.  By entering the competition you could win £100 worth of M&S vouchers and get you and your neighbours’ house windows cleaned for two months!

To enter the competition all you need to do is write around 100 words explaining why your street deserves to win. You can email your entry to Rachael Richards from The South Manchester Reporter on rachael@rmspr.co.uk or post it to RMS, My Buro, 20 Market Street, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 1PF marking your entry ‘Jordan’s competition’.

Entrants should include a name, address and a telephone area.

 The closing date has just been extended to Friday, the 22nd of October so get writing and good luck!

2 responses to “Have you got south Manchester’s smartest street?

  1. From Twitter:
    ‘I signed the NUS pledge and supported our Manifesto which promised to vote against any rise in Tuition fees. I am going to keep that promise’

    How the hell are you going to square this then? Because the Coalition Agreement, IIRC, requires you to ABSTAIN, ie still ensure all the Tory measures get a thumping majority.

    Would you risk losing the party whip? Would you sit on the opposition benches? Would you try and topple Nick ‘I agree with Dave’ Cleggeron to try and get some respect back for your discredited party? If it wasn’t for the students, you wouldn’t even be an MP at all. I suspect a large proportion of the people who voted for you in 2005 and 2010 don’t even live here anymore, and yet we’re lumbered with you, signed up to a TORY government. Which, I’m sure you know, Manchester Withington DOESN’T WANT.

    Are you a man or a Tory Boy? You might get some respect back if you actually cause them some bother, rather than just empty words on a petition and an easy Commons passage for whatever Cameron and Osborne decide to do next.

  2. Pingback: Have you got south Manchester's smartest street? « John Leech MP | my Manchester News·

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