Meet Our Local Candidates at Hustings in December

Hear their views and have your questions answered at two upcoming meetings

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People living and working in the Chelsea and Fulham constituency are invited to hear from the four candidates in the upcoming General Election at two upcoming hustings.

If you are not sure who to vote for, come and hear our candidates introduce themselves and answer your questions on local issues.

The first is at All Saints Fulham, by Putney Bridge on Monday 2 December, from 8pm till 9.30pm.


All four candidates will be there:

Greg Hands (Conservative)

Nicola Horlick (Liberal Democrats)

Sam Morland (Animal Welfare Party)

Matt Uberoi (Labour)

The discussion will be moderated by:

George Brock, Professor of Journalism at City, University of London.

Questions must be sent in advance: please send them to

A representative selection of questions will be asked on the night. Questions will be asked of all four candidates. Candidates will not have advance sight of the questions.

It will be followed by a free Public Debate for the the Chelsea and Fulham Parliamentary Constituency at Chelsea Methodist Church 155A King's Rd in Chelsea on Saturday 7 December at 3.30pm.

Again, all four candidates will be in attendance, with the debate moderated by Paul Carroll.

Greg Hands, Conservative Party

Nicola Horlick, Liberal Democrats

Samuel Morland, Animal Welfare Party - People, Animals, Environment

Matt Uberoi, Labour Party

You can tweet your tweet questions in advance to: #GE2019ChelseaFulham or bring them along on the day.



November 29, 2019


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