Public invited to hustings session between Wolverhampton South West candidates

By James Vukmirovic | Wolverhampton | General Election 2019 | Published:

A Wolverhampton church will be the setting for a general election hustings session.

A husting event will be held ahead of next week's general election

Christ the King church in Aldersley has invited the four parliamentary candidates for Wolverhampton South West to come and participate in the event, which comes as the clock ticks down to next week's general election.

It will see the candidates Stuart Anderson (Conservative), Leo Grandison (Brexit Party), Bart Ricketts (Liberal Democrat) and Eleanor Smith (Labour) either take part or be represented at the session.

The covenanting churches of west Wolverhampton and the Parish of Tettenhall Regis has invited the candidates to come and introduce themselves and take questions with the aim of helping the public decide who to vote for.

The hustings session takes place tomorrow (December 6) at 7pm at Christ the King, 76 Pendeford Avenue, Aldersley.

Questions can be submitted to or at or by using the twitter hashtag #tettenhallhustings

James Vukmirovic

By James Vukmirovic
Community Reporter - @jamesvukmirovic

Community Reporter at the Express & Star, helping under-represented communities to find a voice in Wolverhampton. Contact me at


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