Martin supports Westminster Dog of the Year

Westminster Dog of the Year is organised by the Kennel Club and Dogs Trust to highlight the need for responsible dog ownership.

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MP TELLS RAILWAY BOSSES: ‘CELEBRATE - THEN PLAN FOR THE FUTURE’

Cheltenham MP Martin Horwood was amongst local leaders greeting HRH The Princess Royal at Kemble station to mark the successful redoubling of the 17 mile stretch of track between Swindon and Kemble.

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Lib Dems are prioritising mental healthcare

Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, has announced that treatment for mental health conditions will be brought into line with other NHS services with the introduction of the first ever waiting time standards.

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Martin Horwood backs new rights for private renters

Today Liberal Democrats voted at their party conference in Glasgow to strengthen the rights of the England’s nine million private rental tenants.

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Martin takes the Ice Bucket Challenge

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Cheltenham's Liberal Democrat MP Martin Horwood got a soaking with the help of Gloucestershire Echo Editor Kevan Blackadder.

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Liberal Democrats want answers over A & E downgrade

Local Liberal Democrats are still challenging NHS bosses over the downgrade of services at Cheltenham General’s Accident & Emergency department.

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Call to improve the cycle network

Lib Dems in Cheltenham are pressuring the authorities to improve the cycle network in the town.

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Local MP joins Cheltenham Animal Shelter for Staffie campaign launch

Cheltenham MP Martin Horwood visited Cheltenham Animal Shelter for the launch of their new campaign - Staffies. They’re Softer Than You Think.  The campaign, which is in partnership with Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London, aims to raise awareness of the plight of the Staffie, challenge negative perceptions about the breed and show the true soft character of these loveable dogs, that were once known as ‘Nanny dogs’ for their affinity with children. 

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Councillors reject homes on Leckhampton green land

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Cheltenham borough councillors on the planning committee united on 31 July to throw out an application for 650 new houses and a commercial development on the treasured green land at Leckhampton between the Shurdington Road and Church Lane.

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Local election success for Lib Dems

Cheltenham Liberal Democrats are celebrating a terrific set of borough council election results.
The party won 14 of the 20 seats on offer, including two victories in areas considered safe Conservative territory.

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