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  • MHC inDonmow
    Article: May 19, 2022
    By Melvin Caton

    Following the remarkable success for both parties nationally in the recent set of local elections on the 5th May*, Liberal Democrat and Green councillors on Uttlesford District Council have agreed to formalise their close working relationship by forming a Liberal Democrat and Green Alliance voting group.

  • 2022 May 6 councillors ()
    Article: May 16, 2022

    First, a big thank you to everyone who voted Liberal Democrat on 5th May.

    Across Southend as a whole, the Liberal Democrat share of the vote showed a healthy increase compared with 2021, including several stand-out results.

    Carole Mulroney, Leader of the Liberal Democrat group on Southend-on-Sea City Council, was returned for Leigh ward with a more than doubled majority.

  • Nicky Cuthbert May 5th 2022
    Article: May 16, 2022

    Nicky Cuthbert is Elected to represent Shenfield

    Nicky got her success for an excellent debut campaign beating incumbent Jan Pound for the right to represent Shenfield residents. Nicky received an amazing reception on the doorstep with her focus on local issues. We have no doubt that she will prove to be a tireless and effective representative for Shenfield. Nicky is pictured with fellow Shenfield Liberal Democrat Councillor, Andy Fryd.

  • LD mental health day
    Article: May 13, 2022

    A worrying decline in the physical and mental health of Essex children was noted on Tuesday 10 May at an Essex County Council meeting. The Liberal Democrats backed two different sets of proposals to address these concerns.

    The Lib Dems called on Essex CC to rapidly roll out a programme of "School Streets" - safe zones that would support physical health, by encouraging pupils to walk or cycle to school.

  • Article: May 13, 2022
    In www.southend.gov.uk

    Cllr Carole Mulroney with a Blue Flag at Shoebury Common Beach, with Mick and Wendy from the Pier and Foreshore team.Five of Southend-on-Sea's beaches will be proudly flying prestigious Blue Flags once again following the announcement made by Keep Britain Tidy. The Blue Flag awards, managed by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy, is an international award for well-managed beaches with excellent water quality.

  • Darryl Sankey May 5th 2022
    Article: May 12, 2022

    We were all delighted with Darryl's success on the 5th of May. Darryl has been a tireless campaigner for his ward and this success was long overdue. Darryl received an impressive 1098 votes putting him well clear of the Conservative incumbent, Jon Cloke who was seeking re-election.

    Darryl will be an excellent local champion for the ward. On behalf of all in the party I want to wish Darryl all the best as he takes up this richly deserved position.

  • Jude Deakin - Mayor
    Article: May 9, 2022
    In Chelmsford City Life

    Forty two outstanding Chelmsford residents were honoured at the Mayor's Community Evening, held recently at Hylands House.

    Hosted by the Mayor of Chelmsford, - Jude Deakin - the event celebrated residents who've made significant contributions to their community. This year's theme was wellbeing and Chelmsford's younger residents and their achievements were also recognised.

  • Article: May 9, 2022
    It is with great delight that I can report the Brentwood Liberal Democrats had an excellent night on Thursday with gains made in the local elections.
    It was our target to ensure that all sitting Councillors won their seats and all did so. Congratulations to Mark Haigh, Phil Mynott, Dominic Naylor and Barry Aspinell in being reelected. A huge vote of confidence in the work that they do.
  • Article: May 5, 2022
    In www.leightimes.co.uk

    Some park areas and grass verges in Leigh will only be mowed once a year to encourage biodiversity, it has been revealed.

    Southend Council's parks department has announced that the majority of Undercliff Gardens in Leigh, will be left to grow as meadowland to encourage the growth of wild flowers to attract insects. Grass verges in Highlands Boulevard and Sutherland Boulevard in Leigh will also be left to grow.

  • Eastwood Park Election Special Focus May 2022 ()
    Article: May 5, 2022

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