Cheltenham Lib Dems dig deep for play area funds

Cheltenham Liberal Democrat councillors are showing their support for families in the town by becoming a major sponsor of an exciting upgrade of the Pittville Park Play Area.

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It's Highways Robbery

Gloucestershire County Council’s Conservative bosses have voted to slash money for road repairs.

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Liberal Democrats - Being there for communities

Liberal Democrats immerse ourselves in the community we’re part of. Our job is to make a difference. That’s why we’re involved in politics in the first place.

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Get off the fence on Europe

Cheltenham's former Lib Dem MP has called for local political leaders of all colours to show their hand on the coming European referendum.

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‘Tory MP has let us down,’ say Cheltenham tenants

Tenants from across Cheltenham have joined Liberal Democrats in condemning the town's Tory MP for voting against a move to bring all private rented houses up to a state 'fit for habitation'.

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Tories Mug Cheltenham

The Conservative Government has delivered a hammer blow to Cheltenham by announcing that it will cut the borough council's revenue support grant by three quarters (from £2.11 million to £545,000) over the next two years.

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Lib Dems vote to protect social housing

Lib Dems in Cheltenham are urging the Government to protect social housing in the town.

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Tory MP criticised for fracking vote

Cheltenham’s Tory MP has been criticised for voting in favour of fracking in protected areas, just a few months after saying it was the wrong thing to do.

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Councillor calls for parent and baby screenings at Cineworld

Cheltenham Liberal Democrat councillor, Max Wilkinson has urged Cheltenham's Cineworld to introduce parent and baby screenings.

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Cheltenham secondary schools could go a million pounds into the red

With the Chancellor's Autumn Statement and spending review announcement due this week, Martin  Horwood has warned that government spending cuts to local secondary schools could put them a million pounds into the red within a few years. 

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