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  • Janet and Sam Blackwell Council
    Article: Feb 23, 2021

    Residents across Bromsgrove East are invited to join a virtual surgery with Liberal Democrat District Councillor for Lickey Hills, Janet King and candidate for Bromsgrove East, Sam Evans.

    Cllr King and local resident Sam are inviting the public to attend the online surgery to raise any concerns they may have in the area and to put any questions they wish to Sam as a candidate ahead of May's elections.

  • Article: Feb 18, 2021

    The Liberal Democrats are calling on the Government to "give carers a break", by giving councils immediate emergency funding so they can provide the support services unpaid carers need to take a weekly break.

    Approximately 11,200 people in Bromsgrove are looking after elderly, disabled or vulnerable people during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • QR to survey 2020/21
    Article: Feb 14, 2021

    Bromsgrove's Lib Dem councillors and campaigners have launched a survey to hear residents' concerns and issues.

    Local Lib Dem campaigners have consistently been working hard for the community across Bromsgrove, tackling issues raised by residents big and small.

    The Bromsgrove Lib Dems believe it is vital that politicians listen to the concerns of the people that they serve and work to address their issues.

  • Crows Mill
    Article: Feb 5, 2021

    With Britain entering its third full national lockdown last month, residents have once again been asked to stay at home and only exercise in their local area.

    But for many residents in Lickey End this has been made impossible by a local landowner who is waging a campaign of resistance to stop members of the public using a public right of way through their land.

  • Josh and Siobhan A38
    Article: Jan 30, 2021

    The Bromsgrove Lib Dems are calling on Worcestershire County Council to review the speed limit on the A38. The A38 in Bromsgrove runs very close to houses, past a first school and has inadequate crossing points, yet it has a speed limit ranging from 40mph to 60mph throughout.

    Cllr Siobhan Robinson who launched a petition along with local campaigner Joshua Robinson after being contacted by residents said, "We need to encourage more people to walk and cycle in our town to help cut congestion but how can we say this on one hand but also have the main road in our town reaching speeds of 60mph? Many residents have contacted me concerned about walking their children to school having to cross a road where cars are travelling so fast, I am concerned that if we do not reduce the speed limit those parents will get in their car or worse we will have an accident."