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Elmbridge government

New Cabinet Meets for First Time

Elmbridge Borough Council’s Cabinet met for the first time since the recent election tonight.  The Cabinet – which is made up from the Residents Associations and Liberal Democrat coalition which runs the Council – received a report on Council Performance.  Commenting on the report newly elected Council Leader Chris Sadler said: “During all the turmoil […]

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Making a Splash

The Residents Association and Liberal Democrat Administration – which runs Elmbridge Borough Council – has confirmed its plans for opening the Borough’s Paddling Pools this summer. The paddling pools at Oatlands and Churchfields Recreation Grounds are usually open for the school summer holidays. This year the situation is complicated by the pandemic and the need […]

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Lib Dems and RAs keep Elmbridge running

The Residents Associations and the Liberal Democrats look set to form the next administration of Elmbridge Borough Council. The elections on 6 May 2021 resulted in the Residents Associations and Liberal Democrats together holding a total of 26 seats.  The Conservative Party holds 21 seats. On 19 May the Council will meet for its Annual […]

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Elmbridge Lib Dems announce new Leadership team

Elmbridge Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce that Cllr Bruce McDonald and Cllr Mike Rollings have been elected Leader and Deputy Leader of the Elmbridge Liberal Democrat Council Group. Cllr McDonald, elected in Claygate ward, is one of three new Councillors elected at the recent Elmbridge Borough Elections along with Judy Sarsby (Weybridge Riverside ward) and Jez […]

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Tories to cut £1.3m from Pupil Premium in Surrey

Schools in Surrey are set to lose £1.3m funding for the most disadvantaged pupils in the county following the government’s decision to alter the method of calculating Pupil Premium funding. The pupil premium, which aims to close the attainment gap by providing extra money to pupils eligible for free school meals, was a flagship reform […]

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You’ve told us your priorities… and we’re ready to deliver

At Elmbridge Borough Council, we have been working hard for our community, delivering solutions to problems and actively improving the lives of people living and working here. You can read more about our achievements here. Last autumn, we surveyed Elmbridge residents about the changes they’d like to see in their local area after the pandemic. […]

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HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

Our thoughts are with the whole Royal Family, but in particular with the Queen at this difficult time. Prince Philip dedicated his life to the service of his country and he leaves an extraordinary legacy, not least his awards which have inspired millions of young people. As a mark of respect, we suspended all local […]

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Elmbridge Liberal Democrats launch their Vision for Elmbridge

It’s time to care Elmbridge Liberal Democrats are today launching our vision for Elmbridge to help strengthen our community, stand up for local people and protect local services. As we emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, Liberal Democrats have been spearheading a caring recovery for the UK by putting communities first.  Local champions A vote for […]

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Why we need more Liberal Democrat Councillors

I’m delighted to be standing as a Liberal Democrat Councillor candidate for Elmbridge Borough Council.  I have seen the hard work they do and the difference they make. Over the last couple of years, the Lib Dem team in coalition with the Residents Group on the Council have:  Supported our local economy with our Elmbridge […]

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Surrey government

Petition: Turn Surrey’s street lights back on

We all deserve to be safe on our streets. We are calling on Surrey County Council to scrap their policy of turning street lights off at night in order to save money.

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