Focus on Grafham, March 2017

Our latest newsletter gives an excellent summary of how the recent budget was set in Cambridgeshire County Council, including the background, the dilemma and decision, and the stand that the parties took. Despite the best efforts of Liberal Democrats and Labour members to protect services, Conser...

Focus on Grafham, March 2017

Focus on the Hemingfords, Fenstanton, Hilton, Houghton and Wyton February 2017

The latest newsletter opens with a report back on 1) the negative impact of budget cuts imposed by the Tory-dominated Councils in Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, 2) the positive pressure by Lib Dem councillors in Huntingdonshire to improving car-parking and road safety, 3) our success, ...

Focus on the Hemingfords, Fenstanton, Hilton, Houghton and Wyton February 2017

Focus on Godmanchester, February 2017

The latest newsletter has as its main headline the decision of the Conservatives, supported by Independents on Cambridgeshire County Council to pushed through a 2% rise in the council tax for adult social care alone. Cambridgeshire’s health and education services are already under funded and this...

Focus on Godmanchester, February 2017

Focus on Brampton February 2017

The February newsletter focuses on the financial pressures that are being felt by our councils, and the difficult choices to be made when setting the next budget. We have worked with others to ensure that services are provided as efficiently and economically as possible, however in social car...

Focus on Brampton February 2017

Focus on St Neots, February 2017

Our latest newsletter focuses on Priory Park, Loves Farm and Little Paxton issues. It includes items on Huntingdon Road traffic calming, and the urgent need for parking restrictions in Priory Park and Loves Farm. For Little Paxton, we provide updates on the proposed new housing developments (we a...

Focus on St Neots; Priory Park, Loves Farm, and Little Paxton
Rod Cantrill for Mayor

Rod Cantrill for Mayor

Meet our candidate for Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Our Campaign To Stop Gritting Cuts Succeeds

Our Campaign To Stop Gritting Cuts Succeeds

After pressure from the Liberal Democrats, and your petition, the County Council has now reversed their decision to stop gritting key roads in the county.

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Huntingdonshire Liberal Democrats believe that all residents should be well-represented by councillors who work for them year round. Lib Dems don’t just say this, we deliver this week in and week out. We never forget that local issues matter most to you and that being there, on the doorstep, to listen and then try to make a difference is what really helps communities. Read more