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Local News

  • Article: Apr 16, 2019

    "SIX TO FIX" FOR A BETTER LICHFIELD AND BURNTWOOD

    In launching the Lib Dems' manifesto for the Lichfield District and City Council elections, Lib Dem Councillor, Paul Ray, has said: "The Lib Dems' vision is for a more sustainable, balanced and fair district. We are the only party that is both economically responsible and socially fair. Our approach is not merely to challenge the issues that we see, but to work together with the other political parties to provide constructive practical solutions for a better future for all residents."

  • Article: Apr 8, 2019

    from Lichfield Live

    Labour and Lib Dem members of working group dealing with future of failed Friarsgate site in Lichfield criticise Conservatives for 'secrecy' over consultation report

    Two members of a working group created to find a way forward for land left empty by the failure of Friarsgate have criticised the Conservatives for keeping crucial information behind closed doors.

  • Paul Ray
    Article: Mar 13, 2019

    Lib Dem Councillor Paul Ray has responded to the announcement that Staffs Police are to further reduce the police service in the city by closing the desk in the Lichfield District Council offices.

    Paul Ray said,"We can be thankful that knife crime is not a major problem in the Lichfield area and that we are spared many of the horrors that seem to afflict our larger cities. Even so, a police presence is a necessity in our community, but it seems that the Conservative government's cuts in policing will deprive Lichfield residents of a vital service.

General News

  • Event: Apr 27, 2019

    Every Saturday in April to help get our candidates elected. Also on Sunday 14th and 28th and Mon- Wed 29th, 30th and 1st May.

  • Article: Apr 21, 2019

    Today we join Christians in the UK and across the world in celebrating Easter- a time of reflection, renewal and redemption. Across the globe, Christians will come together to worship and spend time with family and friends in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Meanwhile as liberals who believe in freedom of worship for all, we stand in solidarity with those Christians who are persecuted for their beliefs.

  • Event: Apr 28, 2019