• Tim Martland at Lymm Dam zebra crossing (edited)
    Article: Feb 12, 2020

    After a good deal of pressure from local councillors, a zebra crossing has at last been installed by The Dam in Lymm.

    Local resident and Liberal Democrat campaigner Tim Martland says, "I live nearby and know how dangerous it can be for people crossing the road between the Dam and the Dingle. I welcome the crossing but the problem has been that the job has taken too long to complete. It has been left more dangerous than before with no belishas working. I have been told it will take up to two weeks for the electricity to be connected.

  • Local Liberal Democrats taking soundings in Lymm village centre
    Article: Feb 12, 2020

    Lymm Liberal Democrats have been out in the centre of the village talking to residents about their priorities for the village over the next few years.

    Parish Councillor Graham Gowland says, "Local councillors all have their views on what they think is important, but you cannot beat actually asking residents what they think. Local elections are coming up in May and we want to make sure our priorities fit in with what people feel strongly about. Warrington Council is struggling to provide all the services we need due to Government funding cuts so Lymm Parish Council is having to do more. We also need to understand the areas where residents want us to put pressure on Warrington Council for better services."

  • Ryan Bate
    Article: Feb 11, 2020

    Councillor Ryan Bate has expressed his concerns that the Borough Council are conducting detailed discussions around the Garden Suburb concept of the Local Plan before the plan has been agreed.

    Speaking at a meeting of the Supporting the Local Economy policy committee, Councillor Ryan Bate raised his concerns to fellow councillors and senior officers about the update that 'detailed discussions have commenced in earnest with Homes England in relation to project viability and deliverability'. Cllr Bate stated that he was deeply uncomfortable that this work is going on before the Local Plan has been finalised.

  • Event: Mar 7, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    St Mary Magdalene's Church, Dingleway, Appleton

    Join us from 11:00 - 12:00, on the first Saturday of the month, at St Mary Magdalene's Church, Appleton, for an opportunity to meet local councillors for the parish and town and other like minded supporters, ask questions and discuss local issues.

    Open to all who wish to attend, not just residents in Appleton.

  • Event: Mar 21, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Join your local Liberal Democrat team in Stockton Heath:

    10:00 - 11:00 - Stockton Heath Library, Alexandra Park, WA4 2AN

    11:00 - 12:00 - Street Stall on London Road, Entrance to the Forge Shopping Precinct

    Anyone is welcome to join us for these events held on the 3rd Saturday of every month. You will have the opportunity to speak to Parish and Town councillors, as well as other members of the team.

  • Ryan and Sharon at Walton Lea (Warrington Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Dec 11, 2019

    Cllr Ryan Bate, the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Warrington South, recently visited the Walton Lea project to see the work carried out there.

    "I was incredibly impressed by what I saw,' says Ryan. "The project is carrying out vital work to support adults with additional learning needs. I met trustees, staff and volunteers and they all share an absolute commitment to the people in their care. I was especially impressed to see the way they balance the development of work and social skills, with all activities leading to an end product that the learners can take pride in. It was an inspirational afternoon and Walton Lea deserves more credit for this work.

    The Walton Lea partnership is a charity which supports adults with additional learning needs, with supported employment opportunities at the walled garden at Walton Lea as well as at Walton Gardens. It is projects like Walton Lea, which would benefit from the additional Liberal Democrat investment in education and social care. The Liberal Democrats have an ambitious programme to put billions into public services over the course of the next Parliament."