It is most important to us that you meet your MPs during this crucial General Election period. I attach the General Election Candidate Pledge and this is what you should be asking your MP to endorse.
It is self explanatory – but please refresh yourself with the re-modelled site, www.childmentalhealthcharter.com. The site is currently undergoing updating ( on-going) so please check it every day. Phase One of the campaign has now ended and although it is relevant for you to mention (for example) the highly successful EDM, launched in the last Parliament, do not ask the MP to sign it because it is now CLOSED.
The entire new focus of our campaign is now to get any and all MPs to sign up to the Candidate Pledge. If your MP agrees to do so, please let me know immediately by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am the CMHC Campaign Spokesperson and devised both the EDM ( now closed )and the all important Candidate Pledge.
We are hoping that a substantial number of MPs will sign up to support and mention it in their Election material. It has had a most encouraging start as you will soon be able to see on the site. This will then gave us a great head start into the new Parliament after the Election and a set of serving MPs whom we will be approaching with requests to help us with our campaign.
Take a look also at our highly successful Jubilee Room Reception coverage on the site ( 29th October 2019).
The MP will be impressed I am sure to see this – it was really quite an unprecedented triumph for an event of this kind and we were all delighted with the clearly genuine interest shown by the Minister for Mental Health, Patient Care and Suicide Prevention, Nadine Dorries who not only spoke officially at the event but also (quite unusually and unexpectedly) initiated a spontaneous Question and Answer session with attendees and registrants.