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Lib Dems celebrate with Dr Phillip Lee

Wokingham Liberal Democrats - fighting for Wokingham residents


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  • Article: May 14, 2019
    By Sarah Kerr

    In the early hours of Friday morning, 3rd May, there was a huge cheer from within the main hall at Loddon Valley Leisure Centre. It was around 3am that the announcement came that Dr Maria Gee became Councillor Maria Gee for the ward of Wescott, knocking out the leader of Wokingham Borough Council.

    The whole evening had felt electric, despite the late hour. Many of us had been up since the crack of dawn, and we were tired, but being in that hall as the results came in was worth it. Maria was not the only success of the evening. Over the course of the evening, Wokingham Borough Liberal Democrats doubled in size from 8 to 16, bringing to the council an even wider range of skills, including financial expertise, highways expertise and economics expertise among many others.

News

  • Wokingham Liberal Democrats supporting the People's Vote (Wokingham Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Oct 23, 2018
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats in Wokingham Liberal Democrats
    Wokingham Lib Dems were out in force at last Saturdays "People's March" through Westminster to demand that the PEOPLE have the final say on the governments Brexit negotiations. About 30 Lib Dems form Wokingham were on the March. There were also people from Wokingham who don't belong to any political party.
  • Cllr Prue Bray
    Article: Jun 22, 2018
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats

    The Liberal Democrats had much to celebrate on the 3rd of May, firstly increasing their vote share across the Borough by 4% to 32%, getting two councillors re-elected and gaining two seats from the Conservatives.

    Liberal Democrats re-elected

    In Winnersh, long standing and hard-working councillor Prue Bray increased her majority to 951 polling 1,646 votes,

  • Morgan Rise (Wokingham Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Jun 14, 2018
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats
    "I'm Morgan and I am the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Norreys East by-election. I moved to Wokingham to be closer to my work in Bracknell where I work in communications for a company that organises public policy conferences. Since moving to Wokingham I have come to know a town that is made up of residents who want a council that listens to them and that hears their concerns. That has been and is my main focus for putting my name forward for election in Norreys in order to be a voice for residents and to do everything I can to make sure their voices are heard.
  • Cllr Imogen Shepherd-DuBey and a felled tree at Elms Field (Wokingham Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Feb 25, 2018
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats in The Wokingham Paper

    Last weekend, the destruction of Elms Field in Wokingham began. This involved felling many of the trees before the bird nesting season began. The Wokingham Liberal Democrats have long campaigned for sensible regeneration of Wokingham Town. Councillor Imogen Shepherd-DuBey wrote the following letter to the local papers: