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  • Jim and Colin in Plymstock Dunstone April 2021 (Keith Selmes)
    Article: Oct 18, 2021

    In October, whilst we're looking ahead to our AGM in November, it might be worth a quick look back at 2021.
    Still in the throes of pandemic, we have nonetheless been able to meet outdoors. Early in the year we delivered leaflets and letters for the May local elections, and met a few voters along the way.

  • Article: May 3, 2021

    Our candidate list for the 2021 council elections was published recently in the local news media.

    Here it is again, with a few links to further details

    Ward Candidate

    Budshead ................. Colin MacKenzie
    Compton ................... Richard Bray
    Devonport .................. Jeff Hall
    Efford and Lipson ...... Alex Primmer
    Eggbuckland ............... Richard Simpson
    Moorview .................... Jim Spencer
    Plympton Erle ............ Dennis Draper
    Plympton St Mary .... Sarah Worrall
    Plymstock Dunstone . Richard Worrall
    Plymstock Radford .... Roy Plumley
    Southway .................... Katie Mc Manus
    St Peter & Waterfront Hugh Janes
    Stoke ............................ Jacqui Spencer

  • LD bird LOGO
    Article: Apr 28, 2021

    Plymouth Liberal Democrats

    2021 Manifesto

    A shared future for an ambitious city

    As a city, and as a nation, we have experienced a tumultuous time through the COVID- 19 pandemic, which has tragically seen many deaths. It has been a time of great worry and anxiety for people, affecting us all in different ways.

    The pandemic has reminded us of many things: the importance of family and friends; the importance of green spaces and fresh air; the importance of community and working together with shared goals in mind.

    Our manifesto focuses on areas which we believe will bring positive benefits to our communities and the environment we live in. The environment has always been at the heart of our vision and there has never been a more important time for environmental protections and improvements.

    The Liberal Democrats seek solutions which are practical, creative and evidence-based. If elected, we will work hard for our residents, so that their concerns can be addressed and their ideas can be acted upon.

    As a party, we stand up for values that unite, rather than divide us. We want to encourage rational and compassionate politics and this needs to start at a local level.

    We believe in the importance of local communities and their ability to make changes that have a positive impact on individuals' lives. We stand for an open, tolerant and united society and this begins with local people, local communities and local government.

  • polling station
    Article: Apr 24, 2021

    Parties in Exeter to stand down from Polling Stations on the 6th May.

    Following an initiative from Exeter Liberal Democrats, the Conservative, Labour and Green parties have agreed to not have 'tellers' at Polling Stations this year.

    Tellers are the party volunteers who ask voters for their polling numbers outside polling stations.

  • TimDumper
    Article: Apr 24, 2021

    Tim Dumper, Exmouth's Lib Dem candidate believes that joined up thinking is required to solve some of Exmouth's transport problems.

    The pandemic has put in sharp relief problems of congestion, especially on the seafront, and action is needed to make things safer for pedestrians, cyclists, disabled people and motorists.