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Welcome to Tunbridge Wells Liberal Democrats

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Tunbridge Wells Liberal Democrats work hard to represent people across the borough of Tunbridge Wells. We cover Tunbridge Wells, Southborough, Paddock Wood, Pembury and Hawkhurst, as well as all of the villages in between.

Latest News from Tunbridge Wells Lib Dems

  • Brian Clark with Tina Brooker
    Article: Mar 28, 2015

    Following last months Lib Dem budget amendment to restore full night lighting in Kent Liberal Democrat County Councillor Brian Clark was back again this month to try seek clarification on this troubled policy, due to be shelved after LED lamp conversion following pressure from the Lib Dem group and local residents.
  • Article: Mar 26, 2015

    With only weeks left until the General Election, BBC Radio Kent's Julia George will be hosting a debate in Dartford.

    If you would like to be part of the audience and to put your question to the candidates - you can request tickets by emailing Election2015@bbc.co.uk

    Admittance is free of charge but these events are ticket only.

  • Article: Mar 12, 2015

    The Liberal Democrat candidates will take a brief break in their campaigning activities for the upcoming election to have lunch and a chat at the Allotment in Tunbridge Wells on Saturday, April 11th, and invite you to join them. The Allotment, located on St. James Road in St. James, will serve up their usual assortment of beverages and the Liberal Democrats will offer lunch for £6 for those who are hungry. Proceeds will go to the Tunbridge Wells Liberal Democrat campaigning activities. Candidates estimate they will be at the Allotment at 1 p.m.

  • Cllr Clark and Cllr Mortimer River Medway Pathway alongside Bridge Mill Way Play Area
    Article: Feb 18, 2015

    The green light has been given for the two major pathway projects in Tovil with financing secured by Liberal Democrat Kent County Councillor Brian Clark from KCC's Small Community Capital Project scheme. Further to these funds, Councillor Clark is contributing top up funding from his devolved budget to help deliver the two schemes outlined below:

  • Article: Feb 15, 2015

    On Thursday next year's budget was discussed and decided. Martin Vye, Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Children's Services, urged the Council to put more money into helping vulnerable families.

    He said "Kent social workers are doing a heroic job making sure neglected and abused children are properly looked after. But the need is great. Last year the Conservatives tried to cut the budget for Specialist Children's Services. They ended up half way through the year having to put it in an extra £3 million for children who had to be taken into care. It costs the nation £5 billion to keep children in care. It is a national priority to bring in help and support at an early stage before a family's problems become too acute. The Education Secretary at the Early Intervention Foundation Conference highlighted this very point1 . But THIS year the Conservative administration is actually proposing to make a significant cut in the budget for early intervention and prevention."