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  • Article: May 23, 2020
    By Sarah Kerr in cllr-kerr.co.uk

    Our Evendons Borough Councillor Sarah Kerr's latest blog post is about air pollution and the changes the Liberal Democrats on Wokingham Borough Council are pushing for.


  • Article: May 22, 2020

    Cllr Lindsay Ferris, leader of the Wokingham Liberal Democrats praised the local task force response, but condemned the Government for "a lack of coordinated thought" when managing the coronavirus in care homes.


  • Article: May 21, 2020

    Our Liberal Democrat councillors in the local news:

    "...Because of the recession, people won't have the money to buy houses, but investment buyers will. That's not good for communities. Instead, we need more large infrastructure projects to help the local economy. We need to build and maintain parks, schools and roads, and CIL money is needed desperately..."

  • Sarah Kerr - Liberal Democrat Candidate for Evendons ward
    Article: Jan 22, 2019
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats

    Sarah Kerr is our Liberal Democrat candidate for the Evendons East by-election.

    She lives in Evendons ward on Evendons Lane with her husband and sons, and her adult triplet step-daughters visit often.

    She worked in the IT industry for several years, and later transferred her skills into the charity sector working as a fundraiser. After having her boys however, she decided to balance being a mother with her love of music and started a career as a freelance musician. She has two music degrees, and is a classically trained pianist and conductor working predominantly in the choral and opera world. She is also a keen runner.

  • 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,

  • 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:

  • Housing (Wokingham Liberal Deocrats)
    Article: Oct 18, 2017
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats

    The problems

    • Imposed housing numbers are unrealistic - a 30% increase is too high for our Borough
    • Current numbers are destroying the very nature of our area and leading to gridlock
    • Green belt is under threat
    • Developer tactics manipulate the system to their advantage

    Our solutions

    • Fight the current housing numbers being imposed and lobby for a fairer national method for deciding them
    • More real local decision making on housing numbers & types
    • Wokingham Borough Council to provide more of its own land so we can control development and reduce land costs, to get more affordable housing
    • Smaller sites with more local control & work for local builders and self-builders
  • Lindsay Ferris and Ian Pittock (Wokingham Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Mar 28, 2017
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats

    The Liberal Democrat Group on Wokingham Borough Council are delighted that Ian Pittock has left the Conservatives and joined the Liberal Democrats. Ian announced the move at the end of the Full Council Meeting last Thursday evening (23rd March).

    In his statement Ian gave his reasons for moving to the Liberal Democrats. These included his concerns over Brexit and how the Conservatives are running Wokingham Borough Council

    Lindsay Ferris (Leader of the Lib Dems on Wokingham Borough Council) expressed his delight that Ian had the courage of his convictions to join the Liberal Democrats and welcomed him to their Group. Lindsay added "It is clear that the tide is turning and more and more people are seeing that the Conservatives are letting down the residents of Wokingham Borough. The February by-election in Emmbrook showed the strength of local residents' feelings, as the Lib Dems took the seat from the Conservatives with a 696 majority.

  • 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.

  • Rachelle and Prue in Dinton Pastures Car park (Dinton Patures Car Park)
    Article: Apr 3, 2016
    By Wokingham Liberal Democrats

    Conservative-controlled Wokingham Borough Council has massively increased car parking charges at Dinton Pastures and California Country Parks, causing fears that many local families will now be unable to use them. This steep rise in charges is likely to put people off going to the parks, so there will be less income, not more!