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  • Survey: Jan 28, 2021
    1 question

    Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats would like to invite you to support us with our latest fundraiser - a fun online evening of quizzing to raise funds for the upcoming local council elections.

    The quiz will be held via Zoom at 7pm on Friday 26th February 2021. Tickets are priced at just £5 per person.

    To reserve your place, please email jwrobinson93@hotmail.co.uk

  • Siobhan High Street
    Article: Jan 25, 2021

    Lib Dem Councillor Siobhan Robinson (formerly Hughes), who represents Bromsgrove Central was delighted to see that new recycling bins have been installed on Bromsgrove High Street.

    Siobhan said: "I along with other Lib Dem colleagues have been calling for recycling bins on our high street for nearly two years now. I am glad to see the Conservatives now agree with us in the need for these after originally refusing to put them on our High Street."

  • Petition: Jan 25, 2021

    The A38 through Bromsgrove is the main route through our town and passes close by houses and first schools and has inadequate crossing points throughout. Despite this the speed limit varies from 40mph to 60mph.

    We are calling on Worcestershire County Council to review the speed limit and reduce it to make it safer for all road users and pedestrains.

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    Survey: Jan 24, 2021
    16 questions

    Thank you for taking the time to fill in our survey.

    Our hardworking councillors and volunteers at the Bromsgrove Lib Dems are always interested in hearing local residents views and issues, no matter how big or small.

  • Rob, Siobhan, Sam pub
    Article: Jan 22, 2021

    Long suffering pubs in Bromsgrove are being urged to check if they are eligible for a belated Christmas support grant before it's too late.

    Bromsgrove Lib Dems have issued the call after it was revealed at a council meeting on Wednesday 20 January that no pubs in Bromsgrove had received the grant yet, despite the government making funds available.

    The grants of £1,000 are available to traditional 'wet-led' pubs where you can purchase a drink from the bar. Landlords that think they might be eligible are urged to get their application in as soon as possible before the deadline on January 31.

    Cllr Rob Hunter who is a member of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and represents Norton and Lickey End ward used last Wednesday's meeting to question why none of the grants had been paid out yet.

    Cllr Hunter said 'this has been a truly dreadful time for our pubs. Even when they were able to open footfall was significantly lower because of the restrictions. Our pubs play a key role at the heart of communities and we must make sure we do everything we can to help them through these difficult times.'