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    Article: May 28, 2020

    Local activists from the Bromsgrove Lib Dems are calling for the Council to install temporary automatic hand sanitiser stations and Coronavirus guidance signs on the high street as lockdown restrictions are eased.

    Following the Prime Minister's announcement on Monday (25 May) that non-essential retail stores can re-open from 15 June, and the announcement from Bromsgrove District Council that the market will reopen on 2 June, Lib Dem spokesperson Sam Evans is campaigning for temporary safety measures as an increase in footfall of shoppers is anticipated.

  • Bromsgrove's Lib Dem Councillors
    Article: May 20, 2020

    Bromsgrove's Lib Dem councillors are asking the District Council to implement measures to support local retailers and keep shoppers safe on the high street during the Covid-19 pandemic, following the announcement from the Prime Minster that shops could reopen from 1 June.

    The group are urging the Council to act swiftly in assessing what additional safety measures may be required in the town centre if the Government allows non-essential retail to reopen from 1 June.

  • Local resident Sam Evans is leading calls from the Lib Dem Group for Sajid Javid to back a public inquiry
    Article: May 15, 2020

    Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid has been asked by the Lib Dems to join calls for an inquiry into the Government's handling of the Coronavirus pandemic when the lockdown ends.

    Writing to Mr Javid this week, the Bromsgrove Lib Dem group asked the MP to back calls for "an independent judge-led public inquiry" which have been led by Sir Ed Davey. The letter's author, Sam Evans, outlined that there is a case for the local MP to back a review into the Government's handling of Covid-19 irrespective of whether people support or oppose the Government's response.

  • Group At 2019 Local Election Count
    Article: May 10, 2020

    Following announcement from the Transport Secretary Grant Shapps on Saturday (9th May) that a £2billion package has been launched to boost cycling and pedestrian capacity, the Lib Dems are calling for a fair share of the funds for Bromsgrove.

    The group welcomed the announcement, after local Chairperson Joshua Robinson had previously written to Worcestershire County Council on Friday (8th May) to investigate widening of certain footpaths to help maintain social distancing as the lockdown begins to ease.

  • Article: May 5, 2020

    Bromsgrove's Lib Dem group are calling for clarity on when recycling centres are due to reopen after Worcestershire County Council's Cabinet Member for the Environment stated last week (1st May) they remained closed in line with Government advice.

    The Lib Dems are demanding that they reopen with safe social distancing in place given that Communities Secretary Robert Jenerick's stated the Government "are asking councils to reopen sites as a priority" last week (28th April).