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Libdems in Winnersh - 2014 Wokingham Liberal Democrats at Elms Field Libdems in Rose St Car Park, Wokingham Libdem Baroness Krarmer opening the new Wokingham Station

Wokingham Liberal Democrats - fighting for Wokingham residents


  • Current Conservative Plan for Elms Field
    Article: Jan 21, 2016
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats

    Wokingham Liberal Democrats would like to present their alternative views to the Wokingham Regeneration Scheme.

    The key point of note are:

    • Lower risk and lower cost than Council's proposed scheme
    • Provides a sustainable town centre in the long term
    • Captures as much business as possible for the local economy
    • Transferable to other towns in the Borough
    • Saves the green space at Elms Field
    • Keeps Wokingham's market town feel.

  • Event: May 4, 2016 6:00 PM - Jun 1, 2016
    Wiinnersh new Housing and Roads
    My belief is that new housing estates should take into account how they will affect existing residents' quality of life as well as recreation capacity,
    schools, traffic increases and flooding. I believe that infrastructure should be built before houses to provide facilities for new and existing residents.
    Winnersh seems to lack alternate routes leading to gridlock on the main roads especially the Reading Road, King Street Lane and all parts of Winnersh
    Crossroads. The new Winnersh bypass may help reduce traffic on the Reading Road when it opens sometime in 2018.After the new bypass opens
    the local Liberal Democrats would like to consider reducing the speed limits on the reading road if consultations with residents agree.Also local residents
    have asked for noise barriers to be put in place on the new bypass
  • Vote Elizabeth O'Keeffe on 5th May 2016
    Article: May 4, 2016

    Vote for Elizabeth O'Keeffe, Thursday 5th May, Newbury Victoria.

    If you live in Victoria Ward in Newbury, this Thursday is by-election day, please vote for Elizabeth O'Keeffe, a Champion for Newbury.

    • If you have a couple of hours to come and help get Elizabeth elected on 5th May 2016, please contact Martha Vickers on: martha.vickers@phonecoop.coop
    • If you have issues that Elizabeth or her colleagues on the Town Council can assist with, please contact Elizabeth by email on: elizabeth44ok@gmail.com
    • If you tweet - please share your thoughts with Elizabeth on Twitter at @eliz44ok and follow campaign activities on
  • Elizabeth O'Keeffe
    Article: May 3, 2016

    * If you would like to join the team to help get Elizabeth elected on 5th May 2016, please contact Martha Vickers on: martha.vickers@phonecoop.coop

    * If you have issues that Elizabeth or her colleagues on the Town Council can assist with, please contact Elizabeth by email on: elizabeth44ok@gmail.com

    * If you tweet - please share your thoughts with Elizabeth on Twitter at @eliz44ok and follow campaign activities on

  • Judith Bunting
    Article: May 3, 2016

    This is the text of a letter from Judith Bunting as published in the Newbury Weekly News on Thursday 28th April:

    Dear Sir,

    I write, in some surprise, to thank Jonny Roberts for his acknowledgement in these pages last week of the Liberal Democrat position at the vanguard of local campaigning against the Council cuts, along with members of the Green Party and other community groups.

  • Elizabeth O'Keeffe - LibDem candidate in Victoria by election, 2016
    Article: May 1, 2016

    Vote Elizabeth O'Keeffe on 5th May!

    A message to the Victoria community, from Elizabeth O'Keeffee, our Lib Dem Candidate in the Newbury Town Council and future user (like so many of us at The Strawberry Hill Medical Centre):

    I would like to congratulate all the staff from the former Northcroft and St Mary's Rd GP surgeries, now The Strawberry Hill Medical Centre. Moving home is said to be one of the most stressful things we do. To relocate two GP surgeries over the space of a weekend, without interrupting the continuity of patient service was an incredible achievement. No doubt there will be some teething problems.