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Wokingham Constituency Map (Ordinance Survey)

Wokingham Liberal Democrats - fighting for Wokingham residents


  • Imogen Shepherd-DuBey - Liberal Democrats win here (Wokingham Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Feb 20, 2017
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats

    Imogen Shepherd-DuBey says: "I would like to thank the residents of Emmbrook for voting overwhelmingly to help Stop the Conservative Rot last Friday, by electing me as their new councillor."

    Liberal Democrats 1575 (59.7%)
    Conservatives 879 (33.3%)

    UKIP 104 (3.9%)
    Labour 79 (3.0%)
    39.67% turnout
    (and 10 Spoilt Ballots)

  • Cllr Drummond, Julie Foster Needham a resident and Cllr Meg Thomas, with the hard won yellow lines.
    Article: Mar 8, 2017

    Residents on the 'Deadman's Lane Estate' near Tesco on Pinchington Lane have good reason to be pleased with their new parish councillor Dr Meg Thomas. They have been concerned for several years over potentially dangerous parking on Deadman's Lane by the Honda garage.

    A row of up to twelve parked cars was normal every working day from well before the school run time. This restricted access to the whole estate to a single lane and obscured visibility. There were concerns about safety and access of emergency vehicles, not to mention long delays at peak times.

  • Liz Leffman, Ivan Massow, Tim Clement-Jones (Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Mar 7, 2017


    If you have views to share or questions to ask, please come and join our panel discussion event in East Garston Village Hall, please come and join our discussion on:

    Brexit: Racing and Rural Affairs

    Tuesday 11th April

    East Garston Village Hall

    Doors open - 19:00, Event begins - 19:30

    All are welcome. This event is free.

  • Cllr Lee Dillon: project will deliver for our young people
    Article: Mar 7, 2017


    In 2017 we are once again in a desperate position of seeing a budget being proposed by West Berkshire Council that sees cuts to vital public services because of a Conservative Government which does not recognise the important functions that a Council provides in delivering services to its residents.

  • Tony Vickers, Lt Col (Ret’d) Newbury
    Article: Mar 1, 2017

    On Tuesday, we learned that former Thatcham Liberal Democrat Mayor, Gary Johnson, has joined UKIP.

    Asked for his reaction as Chair of Newbury and West Berkshire Lib Dems, Tony Vickers told the Newbury Weekly News (NWN):

    "The news was no surprise to me. Gary resigned from the Liberal Democrats after the 2015 election and cited our policy on the EU as the reason. This shows more integrity than our MP, who seems happy to help implement UKIP's manifesto while at the same time admitting it will be worse for his country and his constituents than remaining in the EU - which he still believes in! [Read more]

  • Tom Brake talks to Chris Marriage
    Article: Feb 25, 2017
    By David Cooper

    Saturday's South Central Regional Conference at Theale Green School was dominated by Brexit and Boundary Changes. The numbers present were increased by many new members who had joined in the wake of Brexit. In the keynote speech given by Tom Brake MP he confirmed that the Liberal Democrats do not reject the referendum results but neverthess believe that the public should have the right to reject a deal if the government fails to achieve an acceptable result . Given the motley talents of the current negotiating team it's hard to have high hopes of their success!