How you can volunteer to help Sarah Olney win in Richmond Park


After her selection yesterday as our candidate at the Richmond Park December 1st by-election, Sarah Olney is calling for volunteers to help her campaign.

Update: Sarah’s website has now gone live.

Click here to choose how you can help Sarah.

This webpage has the information you need about making calls.

This webpage allows you to donate to the campaign.

We leafleted the whole constituency within 48 hours of Zac Goldsmith announcing that he was standing down.

The campaign is already in full gear, so please do all you can to help elect Sarah Olney as the next MP for Richmond Park!

The current campaign office is at:
65a Sheen Lane, Mortlake, SW14 8AD
(Near Mortlake station)
(There is a council car park nearby and free parking on the side street next to the HQ after noon.)
Office open from 10am every day.

You can follow Sarah on Twitter here.

* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist. He is one of the Liberal Democrat Voice team. He blogs at Liberal Burblings.

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  • Richard Underhill 31st Oct '16 - 10:04am

    “The current campaign office is at: 65a Sheen Lane, Mortlake, SW14 8AD”
    Is a change expected?

  • Richard Whelan 31st Oct '16 - 10:06am

    Is the office wheelchair accessible?

  • Catherine Jane Crosland 31st Oct '16 - 10:14am

    The webpage that you say will “keep you abreast of campaign events”, seems to be a link to the Lib Dem website, and at the moment is, rather disappointingly, showing “no events”.
    This does not, of course, mean that nothing is happening in Richmond Park.
    Those who are on facebook will find it more useful to join the group “Richmond Park Lib Dem Virtual HQ” , which gives lots of information about how to volunteer

  • Sarah’s website has now gone live so we have amended the links in the post

  • Richard Underhill – they are looking for larger premises

    Richard Whelan – I’m sure that will be a key criterion for the new premises

  • Stevan Rose 1st Nov '16 - 10:02pm

    Critical friend. Sorry to say it but the website is very poor. Apart from telling us that Sarah is opposed to Heathrow expansion and in favour of EU citizens right to stay, there is a complete absence of any policies. I do not understand the lamentable approach of this party towards digital communications. But at least there’s some tweeting. I couldn’t vote for someone who won’t tell me what they stand for.

    The Labour one is worse and contains a photo of Corbyn with the words “Laughable and divisive” le… Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, directly underneath. Needs to be snipped and published far and wide. They have a Twitter and Facebook account though.

    Goldsmith’s site has a broader range of campaign topics and an active Twitter feed.

    On digital comms I’d say Goldsmith is well ahead at present. Labour are rank amateurs and our one tells you virtually nothing. Needs sorting out.

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