Epsom & Ewell Liberal Democrats

Working hard for you all year round, locally and nationally with our councillors and MP

E&E councillors and our MP

Well done to Helen Maguire for being elected our MP at the General Election on Thursday 4th July.

Thank you to all who voted for her, and for the army of volunteers who put so much effort in.

The work starts now.

You can watch her gracious acceptance speech via this link.

Helen at Westminster
Helen at Westminster
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 new MP

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Local LibDem volunteers

Some of our local volunteers

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Epsom and Ewell News

Axe the Council Tax - an update

Following the success of our petition in Epsom High Street, our local campaigners took it to Stoneleigh Broadway last month. Again the response was magnificent. Even though not so busy as Epsom High Street, the vast majority of passers by were supportive and keen to sign.

19 Mar 2004
Southfield Park Logo

Formal Opening of Southfield Park Primary School

The official opening ceremony of Southfield Park Primary School in Long Grove Road, Epsom will be performed on 30th April 2004 by the chairman of Surrey County Council, Mrs Sheila Gruselle. Because so many new houses are planned to be built on the former hospital sites nearby, this new school is being built now to help provide sufficient places for Primary age children, rather than waiting until a shortage develops, as has happened at Secondary age.

12 Mar 2004

Fair Trade

At the Borough Council meeting on Tuesday 24th February, Cllr Jonathan Lees proposed that Epsom and Ewell should seek to become a "Fair Trade Town".

25 Feb 2004

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

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