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  • Whitehall Focus Leaflet April 2021
    Article: Apr 4, 2021

    Dropping through your letterboxes in Whitehall over the next few days.

  • Darwen East Focus Leaflet April 2021
    Article: Apr 4, 2021

    Dropping through your letterboxes over the next few days in Darwen East.

  • Pedestrian crossing repair
    Article: Apr 1, 2021

    Lib Dem Councillor Roy Davies has been campaigning for many of our pedestrian crossings to be remarked. Many have faded so badly they can be hardly seen. One of them is the one near Darwen Bus Station outside the Bridgewater. They have now started , as can be seen in the photograph.

  • Pedestrian Crossing - Winterton Rd
    Article: Mar 31, 2021

    The picture shows the pedestrian crossing on Winterton Rd, near to the nursery and St James Primary School. It has almost disappeared. Lib Dem Councillor, Roy Davies has been campaigning to get it repaired.

    At last the council seem to be acting. Cllr Davies received this message from the council.

    "Further to your email below Winterton Road and Olive Lane crossings have been ordered. The work will be in two parts, the first being the repairing of the crossing then a week later this will be followed by the crossing lining installation.

  • Cllr Davies at the crossing on Railway Rd
    Article: Mar 25, 2021

    Liberal Democrat Councillor, Roy Davies has been campaigning to get the pedestrian crossing in the Town Centre on Railway Rd repaired for ages. the marking like many in the twin have faded badly making it far more dangerous. At last the council is acting.

  • British Rail at Kay St
    Article: Mar 24, 2021

    Liberal Democrat Councillor, Roy Davies has been successful at getting Network Rail to cut back the trees near to Kay Street. He has been working on this for over a year and we are pleased that the work has now been done. Councillor Davies has also asked the Council to clean the back streets and gulleys in that area.

  • Tony Greaves
    Article: Mar 24, 2021

    Sadly Tony Greaves, Lord Greaves, died yesterday. Tony was a prominent figure in Liberal and then Liberal Democrat politics both nationally and in East Lancashire. He was a member of the Young Liberals who set out to transform politics in the 60's and 70's. His pamphlet on Community Politics influenced a generation of Liberal activists. One of his significant triumphs was in masterminding the Liberal parliamentary by-election success in Ribble Valley in 1991. He was an active member of the House of Lord, but would have preferred it to be abolished and replaced by a democratically elected chamber, and active on Pendle Council.

  • Ed Davey
    Article: Mar 8, 2021

    From Lib Dem Leader, Ed Davey

    Caring is work that too often falls on women's shoulders. That's why on #InternationalWomensDay, I want to pay tribute and say thank you to say all the women taking on extra caring responsibilites during this pandemic. See what he has to say here

  • Article: Mar 6, 2021

    On first sight there seems little in Rishi Sunak's budget to scare the horses. With tax threshold increases delayed and Covid support continuing for the time being, Sunak has avoided an immediate hit to families' wallets.

    Look below the surface though and what becomes apparent is that those on the lowest incomes will suffer the most once the measures outlined in the budget kick in.

  • Atlas Rd car park rubbish
    Article: Mar 2, 2021

    Liberal Democrat Councillor, Roy Davies, complained about the shocking state of the Atlas Rd car park, which is used by some users of the train station. The area was occupied by travelers recently and left in a bad state. The Council had to clear it up at cost to the council tax payers of the borough. In addition most people who park there without paying are issued with a fine but during the time they were there no fines were issued.