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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

  • Cllr Will Forster
    Article: Feb 22, 2016

    Figures released by the Department for Health shows the Conservative Government is planning a further £1,837,022 cut to the public health budget in Surrey. The budget pays to help improve people's health - and stop them getting ill in the first place - so there is less pressure on the NHS.

    Work undertaken by public health budgets include encouraging people to exercise more, give up smoking, drink less, come off drugs and drink and avoid sexually transmitted diseases.

  • Woking Park + Ian Johnson
    Article: Feb 7, 2016

    The Lib Dems are calling on Woking Borough Council to improve public safety in Woking Park.

    Lib Dem Councillor Ian Johnson will propose a motion during Thursday's Full Council meeting asking Woking Council to look into options for improving public safety in Woking Park.

    Lib Dem Councillor for Mount Hermon West, Ian Johnson said:

  • Prospective Lib Dem MP for Mole Valley Paul Kennedy
    Article: Feb 3, 2016

    Paul Kennedy has been selected by Surrey Liberal Democrats as their candidate for the Police and Crime Commissioner election in May.

    Sue Doughty, Chair of Surrey Lib Dems, said, "Paul is a first-rate candidate who is well placed to understand the issues facing our police, and the things that matter to Surrey residents. With a background in criminal and regulatory law together with strong experience in financial and strategic management and supervision he brings together the qualities needed for the job."
  • Car Parking rises year on year must stop!
    Petition: Oct 14, 2015

    We the undersigned call on Woking Borough Council to NOT increase car parking charges further.

  • James Sanderson - defending a 103 vote majority
    Article: Oct 9, 2015

    Woking Liberal Democrats are celebrating the election of James Sanderson as the new councillor for Goldsworth East - but campaigners were left disappointed as the Goldsworth West seat was lost by just 18 votes

    Goldsworth Park has always been a closely fought contest between the Liberal Democrats and the Conservative Party and Thursday October 8th proved no different. The by-elections were prompted by the resignations of Lib Dem stalwarts Denzil and Amanda Coulson who have started a new life for their family overseas.

    The closely fought campaign involved tens of thousands of leaflets, hundreds of doors knocked and many, many telephone calls from all parties. Turnout was therefore disappointing at just 28.58% in Goldsworth East and even less, at just 24.98% in Goldsworth West.

  • Article: Sep 24, 2015

    Tim Farron delivered his first speech to a Lib Dem Conference as leader of the party.

    In it he called on the millions of liberals in Britain to become Liberal Democrats and join the party.

    Full text of the speech

    When I was growing up my school didn't have a sixth form. I guess that's because most of us didn't do A levels. So I went to a separate sixth form college - Runshaw in Leyland - and, in my first week, I joined the Liberal Party.

  • Article: Sep 23, 2015

    The Children's Improvement Plan 2015 to improve Surrey's inadequate Children's Services was today published by the County Council. The plan was required following the Ofsted inspection report published in June 2015 that rated Surrey's Children's Service as "inadequate". Inspectors concluded that there were "widespread and serious failures that potentially leave children at risk of harm."

  • Article: Sep 23, 2015

    New figures released by the Department of Health show the Conservative Government is planning a £2.2m cut to the public health budget across Surrey.

    The public health budget pays to relieve pressure on local NHS hospitals and clinics by helping people to solve their own potential health problems before they become more serious. The budget includes work to help people to exercise more, give up smoking and tackle drug addiction.

  • key_syria.jpg
    Article: Sep 23, 2015

    Liberal Democrats vowed to 'step up to the plate' and tackle the humanitarian crisis across Europe as thousands of refugees flee Syria.

    At the party's Autumn Conference, the Liberal Democrats laid out a comprehensive plan to deal with the humanitarian crisis facing Europe.

    Members proposed to create safe and legal routes for refugees fleeing war or persecution. They agreed to:

  • Former Councillor Tina Liddington during her time as Woking Mayor (Brooklands Radio)
    Article: Sep 11, 2015

    Tina Liddington is a well established member of the local community and lives in Knaphill. Tina works at the Goldsworth Park Health Centre where she meets local residents regularly.

    Tina Liddington was a Lib Dem Councillor for 13 years and a former Mayor of Woking. Whilst she was a Councillor, Tina was a strong supporter of neighbourhood watch groups and neighbourly care in the community schemes. Tina was a founder member of St Johns Care.

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