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Lib Dem pressure set to pay off for Twyford Library

September 23, 2013 12:00 PM

Wokingham Borough Council looks set to make a decision about which site to choose for a new Twyford library. Local Twford Liberal Democrat councillors have been campaigning for a new village library for more than twelve years and finally seem to be on the verge of achieving what so many people in the village want.

Cllr Lindsay Ferris (Twyford Ward) explained "The Council has been considering two options and it looks as though they now favour one of these. At last week's Council meeting I asked for confirmation of the status of our Twyford Community Hub project. I also raised concerns that the Council is leaving interested local people and local Lib Dems out of the process. This is risky, as after all our hard work over more than twelve years, we are fully aware of what local residents want. The Conservatives have so far kept the local councillors out of the talks, but Twyford Lib Dem councillors are determined to push this through to a successful completion."