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Woking Liberal Democrats

We are really pleased to announce that we held our share of Woking Borough Council seats on May 5th with 7 elected Lib Dems on the new reduced 30 seat council. WArd Maps Woking Wins 2016 (Woking Lib Dems)

Will Forster Louise Morales Deborah Hughes Ann-Marie Barker Ian Eastwood Ian Johnson Ken Howard

Cllr Will Forster

Hoe Valley

Cllr Louise Morales

Hoe Valley

Cllr Deborah Hughes

Hoe Valley

Cllr Ann-Marie Barker

Goldsworth Park

Cllr Ian Eastwood

Goldsworth Park

Cllr Ian Johnson

Mount Hermon

Cllr Ken howard

St Johns

Byfleet and West Byfleet Ward

Canalside Ward

Goldsworth Park Ward

Heathlands Ward

Hoe Valley Ward

Horsell Ward

Knaphill Ward

Mount Hermon Ward

Pyrford Ward

St Johns Ward

Recent updates

  • WArd Maps Woking Wins 2016 (Woking Lib Dems)
    Article: May 6, 2016

    After a reduction in Council size across Woking, Lib Dems are proud to announce that we have won all the seats in Hoe Valley, One in St Johns and Mount Hermon and two in Goldsworth Park.

    Thanks to all our fantastic helpers, deliverers, IT team, Focus article writers and Editors as well of course to all you great people who voted for us

  • Louise Morales at Kingfield Post Office
    Article: Apr 12, 2016
    By Louise Morales

    So many people are asking us about the closed Kingfiled post office that we have just launched an online version of our paper petition that went out two weeks ago here

    http://wokinglibdems.org.uk/…/kingfield-post-office-online-…

    to make it easier for local people to add their names digitally.

    We must put pressure on the Post Office to reopen a local branch. It is not impossible as both Send and Ripley have lost thier local post offices in the last year and post office counters have in both cases found a home for new local post offices in other local shops after the closure of their stand alone post offices.

  • Woking Lib Dems 2016 team
    Article: Apr 11, 2016

    Woking Lib Dems launched thier 2016 manifesto and Election team with Paul Kenedy the Surrey Lib Dem Police and Crime commissioner candidate.

  • save kingfield post office
    Petition: Apr 11, 2016

    So many people are asking us about the closed Kingfiled post office that we have just launched an online version of our paper petition that went out two weeks ago here is the online version

    to make it easier for local people to add their names digitally.

    We must put pressure on the Post Office to reopen a local branch. It is not impossible as both Send and Ripley have lost thier local post offices in the last year and post office counters have in both cases found a home for new local post offices in other local shops after the closure of their stand alone post offices.

  • Ann-Marie
    Article: Mar 7, 2016

    The Liberal Democrats have warned the closure of Redhill Magistrates' Court and Reigate County Court threatens to undermine access to justice for local people across Surrey.

    Victims and witnesses will have to travel up to an hour away to attend their nearest court or tribunal proceedings rather than going to their local magistrates' court. With magistrates' courts closing in Feltham and Richmond-upon-Thames in outer London as well, and Woking's Magistrates' Court closed several years ago, there is a concern that the local courts left will struggle to cope with the increased workload.

  • SOS for the NHS Rally in Woking
    Article: Mar 3, 2016

    Local Lib Dems are campaigning for more health facilities to be provided in Woking when Woking Hospice moves to its new facility in Goldsworth Park.

    Woking Hospice currently occupies a land which backs onto Woking Community Hospital. With the move to Goldsworth Park, the current site in Hill View Road will become vacant.

  • Will Forster at Rosebank Cottages houses greenbelt
    Article: Mar 2, 2016

    The Lib Dems have called on Woking Borough Council to fully distribute money earmarked to support vulnerable people in Woking.

    Central Government gives local authorities funding, called Discretionary Housing Payments, to help vulnerable residents who are struggling to pay their housing related bills. If this money is not paid out to residents by the end of the financial year, councils have to return this funding to the Government.

  • Tim Farron with Local Campaigner Louise Morales at Woking College
    Article: Mar 2, 2016
    By Louise Morales
    Tim Farron Visited Woking Woking College for a discussion and questions about the EU Referendum. It was excellent to hear so many young people asking about & understanding the positive reasons for staying in, freedom to travel, excellent negotiating ability as a block rather than a single country on the outside & green policies pushing for a cleaner world over a much larger area than just us on our own, rather than the negative out ideas pushed by some.
  • Tim Farron at Woking College
    Article: Mar 2, 2016

    The Lib Dems have been campaigning to give 16 and 17 year olds the vote for sometime now. Unfortunately, the Conservative Government has refused to allow young people the vote in the upcoming European Referendum - but the Lib Dems are now pushing to allow 16 and 17 year olds the vote in local elections.

  • York Road
    Article: Feb 27, 2016

    Lib Dem Councillor Ian Johnson asked the Woking Council's Planning Committee to reject an application for an 8 storey block of 47 flats in York Road on Tuesday.

    After the planning application was the presented to the Planning Committee, local ward Councillor Ian Johnson led the call for the application to be rejected. The committee eventually agreed that the development was too big and would be out of keeping with the neighbouring area.

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