Sir David Amess MP

To Stephen McPartland, Member of Parliament for the Constituency of Stevenage Stephen, On behalf of Stevenage Liberal Democrats, I wish to express my horror and disgust at the appalling news today about the murder of Sir David Amess MP. All those elected to public office should be able to perform...

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Five defibrillators funded from Lib Dem Councillors' budgets

Five defibrillators funded from Lib Dem Councillors' budgets

Five defibrillators are now operational in Chells Manor. Thanks to the persistence and hard work of Stevenage Lib Dem councillors in Chells Manor, five Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) are now operational in Stevenage.

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New Zebra Crossing for Chells

New Zebra Crossing for Chells

A new zebra crossing is now helping hundreds of local Chells residents cross safely over busy Chells Way, near Tesco at The Glebe. It was the idea of local Lib Dem Chells County Councillor Robin Parker, who funded the crossing from his Hertfordshire County Council Highways Locality Budget.

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Support for the Twenty’s Plenty Campaign

Support for the Twenty’s Plenty Campaign

Robin Parker, local Lib Dem Chells County Councillor and candidate for re-election on 6 May, who is also a Manor Borough Councillor, shows his support for the Herts Twenty’s Plenty Campaign. Robin said  “Road Safety for pedestrians, and particularly children, is vital and so I support the idea t...

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Shirley Williams 1930 - 2021

Shirley Williams 1930 - 2021

On behalf of her family, it is with great sadness that we announce that Shirley Williams, Baroness Williams of Crosby, died peacefully in the early hours of Monday April 12th.

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Chells' appearance gets a spruce up thanks to Lib Dem Councillors

Chells' appearance gets a spruce up thanks to Lib Dem Councillors

Councillor Robin Parker says, "I am pleased to report that the local street scene at The Glebe, Chells Way, has been recently improved by the installation of 3 new banners, to replace, like for like, the three old, tatty, faded, threadbare ones which had been hanging there and were a real eyesore."

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