Epsom & Ewell Liberal Democrats

Working hard for you all year round, and focused on winning here at the General Election on 4th July

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

General Election 4th July - help us get Helen Maguire elected

We're offering a fair deal for local residents at the General Election on Thursday 4th July.

Vote for Helen Maguire to demand better.

You can help bring change by volunteering an hour a week until the election,
donating to our campaign, or spreading the message with a poster.

It's a two-horse race in Epsom & Ewell between the Tories and the LibDem, do your bit to ensure we get Helen elected.

Our Four LibDem Councillors for Epsom & Ewell

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

Read more about our Parliamentary Candidate, Helen Maguire, on her dedicated website

Local LibDem volunteers

Some of our local volunteers

If you want a better, fairer, society - both locally and nationally - please consider helping us in any way you can.


Epsom and Ewell News

Priest Hill delayed

It had been hoped that the controversial planning application to develop part of Priest Hill for housing might be considered at the next meeting of the Planning Committee on 9 March, but this has had to be deferred until the Planners receive all the information they require.

24 Feb 2006
Proposed UHS Supermarket - 1

Upper High Street - Latest

The Developers have now submitted their revised application and the plans should now be available for inspection on request at the Town Hall and at Bourne Hall. The revised application number is 05/01263/FUL.

24 Feb 2006
Julie Morris

A warm welcome to an experienced by-election candidate

This weekend the Epsom & Ewell Liberal Democrats have announced that Julie Morris will be their candidate for the Town ward by-election. The date of this by-election is not yet known, but is expected to be in late March. Lindsey Fisk, the retiring councillor, said: "I'd like to introduce our excellent candidate to you: Julie Morris was a councillor for nearly six years until she lost her seat by three votes in 2003. She is an experienced campaigner and utterly dedicated to the needs of local residents and to the well-being of our borough.Town ward will do no better than to elect Julie to serve alongside my colleagues Colin Taylor and Charles Wood."

18 Feb 2006

Surrey County Council News

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

SCC Budget 2003

Surrey County Council has increased its share of council tax for 2003-2004 by 17.9%. Cllr. Janet Maines, Lib Dem group leader said: "This Tory-run County Council has got to move away from crisis management, with its ever spiralling costs, by investing in preventative measures that are good value for money and that better meet the needs of Surrey residents".

12 Feb 2003

UK Lib Dem news

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