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Wokingham Constituency Map (Ordinance Survey)

Wokingham Liberal Democrats - fighting for Wokingham residents


  • Imogen Shepherd-DuBeyand an Emmbrook Pot Hole (Property of thw Wokingham Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Jan 15, 2017
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats

    Cllr Imogen Shepherd-Dubey, Liberal Democrat Town Councillor for Emmbrook South, has been selected by the party to fight the Wokingham Borough Council by-election on Friday February 17th.

    Imogen has been Town Councillor for Emmbrook South since 2015, and has a long record of campaigning for the people of Emmbrook. As she grew up and went to school in Emmbrook, she has a deep interest in the area.

  • Winning Candidate Imogen Shepherd Dubey
    Article: Feb 20, 2017


    Thanks to all the NWB people who made phone calls in support of our Wokingham Borough Council by-election candidate. Having lost to the Conservative candidate by just 13 votes last May, Imogen won the seat last Friday with a thumping majority of 696!

    Imogen worked hard at going out to meet voters but the swing to us from the Tories shows that the tide is turning in our favour. We will watch the Stoke Central and Copeland parliamentary by-election results this week with interest. Contact Sue Farrant if you would like to help with those but don't know how.

  • 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)
  • Action Evening 9 Feb 2017
    Article: Feb 17, 2017
    LOCAL NEWS: Thank you to everyone who came out to phone last night for Dr Ali, the Liberal Democrat candidate in Stoke on Trent. Thanks also to Ro Lewis for bringing the pizza, this time!
    Directions
    The alleyway leading to the office is between 67 and 65 Kingsbridge Road, turn rt at the end. The lane is very dark, so bring a torch if you are walking, and come towards the light (!)) The light is on our building and is movement sensitive, so don't worry it you can't see it straight off.
  • Action Evening 9 Feb 2017
    Article: Feb 10, 2017

    THANK YOU to all the volunteers who came out on Thursday 9th February to campaign on behalf of Imogen Shepherd-DuBey in the borough council byelection in Wokingham and Dr Zulfiqar Ali, the Liberal Democrat candidate in the Stoke on Trent parliamentary by election.

    Next Thursday, 16th February, we will be calling again to support the campaign in Stoke on Trent. UKIP Leader, Paul Nuttalls, is attenpting to wrest control of the seat from Labour. Given the mess the Labour party is in right now, it is down to the Liberal Democrats to rally support to hold Nuttalls back. If you are a party member, please come and join us on the phones, next Thursday, even if it's only for half an hour. If you are not a member, yet, join here: www.libdems.org.uk/join, then come and join us on Thursday!

  • Thatcham Library
    Article: Feb 9, 2017
    By David Cooper


    The Conservative controlled West Berkshire countil has voted to close one library (Wash Common) and lay off professional staff in other libraries, hoping to replace them with volunteers. Speaking at the meeting where the cuts were approved, Liberal Democrat Councillor Lee Dillon warned that this may not secure the future of the library service, and asked what contingency plans exist if the needed volunteers do not materialize. As residents have commented, Berkshire is a well off county, and these cuts are a purely political choice by the Tories.