Epsom & Ewell Liberal Democrats

Working hard for Epsom & Ewell all year round

Helen Maguire at clock tower with LibDems

Epsom & Ewell Lib Dems

Covering the Epsom & Ewell Parliamentary Constituency (now including Leatherhead as well as Ashtead), and Epsom & Ewell Borough Council

Our Four LibDem Councillors for Epsom & Ewell

Julie Morris, Alison Kelly, Julian Freeman & James Lawrence

Our 4 LibDem Councillors elected in May 2023

Helen by clocktower as per Press Release

Helen Maguire - our Parliamentary Candidate

Helen Maguire's website

Local LibDem volunteers

Some of our local volunteers


Epsom and Ewell News

Ewell Court saved in County Library U-Turn

News that the future of the Library at Ewell Court House is secure was welcomed today by Cllr Nigel Pavey, who is treasurer of the Friends of Ewell Court Library. He said: "Those who worked so hard arranging a meeting with the Libraries chief and organising the petition against closure are to be congratulated. Everyone who uses the library will feel so relieved to know that this important community facility has been reprieved."

14 Mar 2006
YoYo drop-in youth centre, Epsom

Fighting the closure of the YoYo Youth Centre

The threat to the YoYo Drop-in Centre for young people in Epsom Town centre was discussed at the recent meeting of SCC's Epsom & Ewell Local Committee. They unanimously passed a motion proposed by Cllr Colin Taylor calling upon SCC's Executive to re-consider their BDR review's proposal in the light of possible alterations to the facilities at the Lintons Youth Centre.

3 Mar 2006

Cuts in Surrey County Council services opposed.

As well as Libraries and Youth Clubs, other Surrey County Council services threatened by the Tory BDR proposals include the Surrey History Centre, where the reduction in funding may seriously affect the quality of the service, and Surrey County Arts, which currently provides 278,000 music lessons annually. Proposals include increased tuition fees, even though tuition fees in Surrey are already 30% higher than the national average whereas some 42% of local authorities do not charge any tuition fees.

3 Mar 2006

Surrey County Council News

Lib Dems force Tories to reconsider Bus Cuts

The Liberal Democrats on Surrey County Council have successfully forced the Conservative administration to reconsider their decision to cut bus services from September, even though they refused to debate a Lib Dem motion before the summer holidays.

30 Jul 2003

Tories to cut Evening and Weekend Buses

The Conservative Executive of Surrey County Council have decided to withdraw large numbers of evening and weekend bus services right across Surrey with effect from September 2003. This was agreed at their meeting on the 10th of June.

12 Jun 2003

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