Invitation to Paul Nathanail’s web-meeting on Labour’s proposed ‘great giveaway’ of the Coventry Lane playing fields

Why would a Labour-controlled county council want to give away the Coventry Lane Playing Fields to an independent academy trust? 

Find out more during a short web-based meeting with Paul Nathanail, today at 5pm. 

Paul will speak for no more than 15 minutes and then answer questions sent in by those watching. 

Please register for:
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on Apr 22, 2017 5:00 PM BST at:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from the webhosting server (LQM trainer) containing information about joining the webinar.

If you cannot make it, then register anyway and Paul will send you a recording to watch at your leisure. 

I hope to meet up this afternoon.

Paul Nathanail
Candidate for Bramcote and Beeston North in the Nottinghamshire County Council elections. 

Please consider voting for PAUL NATHANAIL on 4 May 2017 to help retain land and school buildings in public ownership

Promoted by Peter Nathanail on behalf of Paul Nathanail, both of 86 Moor Lane, Bramcote

5 thoughts on “Invitation to Paul Nathanail’s web-meeting on Labour’s proposed ‘great giveaway’ of the Coventry Lane playing fields

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  2. hi paul

    i listened to your webinar this afternoon and have been giving it some thought

    like many things to do with council business and planning, some things seem like a done deal

    i went to the presentation about the school and fed back my comments.
    i was dismayed that the number of houses to be built on the site had risen from 350 or so to over 500. also that the section of land that was part of the original bramcote moor showed planning for houses. i questioned the expert on hand who seemed surprised that there was any question of that piece of land not being used for housing.

    my concern was that if 500 or so houses were built on that land, together with the 100 or so units on the golf club site and eventual planning for the stapleford side of coventry lane, the increase population would put a great deal of pessure on existing infrastructure as in road, gp services, shops etc. each expert seemed remarkedly relaxed about adding thousands of people to quite a heavily populated area.

    as i said at the begining, it all seemed like a done deal

    what chance is there realistically of changing or modifying those plans

    i would be grateful for your comments

    julie wright


    • Dear Julie
      Thank you so much for giving up part of your bank holiday!
      Were it not for the elections on Thursday I would agree with you.
      However we have a real chance of stopping the giving away of the Coventry Lane playing fields… both Labour and LibDem candidates for Bramcote and Beeston North have agreed with me on this but their Broxtowe parties have not. The Conservatives have said nothing.
      If on Thursday I get enough votes to become the next county councillor then that is the one issue that I will fight for whoever is in control.
      If you agree please ask friends and family to consider voting for me on Thursday too… and do ask the political parties who will be canvassing you for your vote what their position is.

      thank you so much once again for taking time to listen in,



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