Epsom & Ewell Liberal Democrats

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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

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Julie Morris, Alison Kelly, Julian Freeman & James Lawrence: our local councillors elected in May 2023

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Helen by clocktower as per Press Release

Helen Maguire - our Parliamentary Candidate

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Epsom and Ewell News

Fighting to save the 467 bus

The threat to the 467 bus route 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 ensure that local residents in the West Ewell and Ruxley areas can continue to access the various essential services in Ewell village and Epsom town by public transport.

3 Mar 2006
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Residents Party withholds support from Hospital Campaign

Moves for Epsom & Ewell council to join with other local councils in challenging the Government decision to build the proposed new Critical Care Hospital at St Helier were blocked by the ruling Residents Party at the recent meeting of the Borough Council. Despite various attempts by Lib Dem Councillors Lionel Blackman and Jonathan Lees to debate the issue, rules of procedure were used to prevent the matter being discussed.

3 Mar 2006
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Proposed new Epsom Downs Grandstand

New Epsom Grandstand

The planning application for a new Grandstand at Epsom Downs racecourse is due to be considered by the Planning Committee on Thursday 9th March. The proposal is for a new modern pavilion and grandstand structure, replacing four older buildings and complementing the Queens Stand built about 15 years ago. The new building would also contain conference facilities for use on non race days.

2 Mar 2006
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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
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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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