Leicestershire Lib Dems

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A big turnout for Michael Mullaney's campaign launch in Hinckley and Bosworth

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Where are the 20 mph signs?

Roundabouts have gone in at both ends of Northfield Road. How does this affect you? One question we have put is where are the promised 20 mph signs?

14 Mar 2007

Irresponsible driving on Coventry Road

We continue to urge a reduction of the 40mph limit and for more enforcement of the existing limits. We have to stop those who have no regard for the safety of themselves or others. Please let us know if you are interested in taking part in campaigning on this problem.

14 Mar 2007
Brodick Road

Hands off our open spaces

Over the years we have fought many battles to try to save our open spaces from development. The Coventry Road College playing fields, the Paddock, the Big Pit have all been saved but what is the long term future for the Wharf Pit ? The Conservative Council is determined to sell off the Brodick Road play area. We are equally determined to find every alternative means to stop this happening. The Langdale Road playing field improvements are obviously to be welcomed in principle but Brodick Road should not be sold to pay for it.

14 Mar 2007

Earl Shilton Parish Building

It has recently been revealed that Earl Shilton Parish Council is saving for a new parish building, estimated at £2.5million. Gary Francks and Earl Shilton Liberal Democrats want to ensure that local residents are properly consulted about these plans. What do you think - is this a priority for the area and what should any new building contain?

13 Mar 2007

Fighting to Save Cottons' Gardens

Liberal Democrats are still fighting to save Cottons' gardens in Earl Shilton. The Cottons' water gardens off Candle Lane are under immediate threat. Cllr David Bill has raised the issue in the local press and is working with local residents to try to find a solution. In any other town in any other part of the country this environmental gem would have received recognition but it will be lost if it is left to our Labour Councillors. We still hope that something can be done but time is running out.

13 Mar 2007

Class Size Concerns

50% of parents told the Lib Dem survey team that they were concerned about class sizes and would like more teachers.

13 Mar 2007

UK Lib Dem news

Michael Mullaney calling for people to have access to affordable dental care

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