"Positive things happening in our communities"

"I know these are very worrying times for all of us with the Coronavirus crisis. But I wanted to update you on a couple of very positive things that are happening in our communities."

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PPE for Gloucestershire's care givers

It is critical that PPE is made available for all those on the frontline, including all those who work in adult social care, either in care homes or those making home visits.

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Help Bishop's Cleeve with location of new primary school

Bishop's Cleeve Liberal Democrat borough councillors Richard Stanley and Helen Munro are leading calls for the County Council to see sense and locate the required new primary school in Bishop's Cleeve adjacent to the new housing development. 

 

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Lib Dem response to Gloucestershire Local Transport Plan

“A plan that fails to recognise the scale of necessary change”

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LIB DEMS LEADING THE WAY ON SAFER SCHOOL STREETS

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats are pushing to make the streets around our county’s schools less polluted and safer for our children and young people. 

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Tories failing to "address critical weaknesses" in Children Services

Councillor Colin Hay, Lib Dem spokesperson for Children and Families, responded to yet another disappointing Ofsted report this morning.

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GLOS LIB DEMS SECURE WINS FOR ROAD SAFETY

Following a day in the chamber debating the Conservatives’ “business as usual budget”, Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats secured £460,000 for a variety of road safety schemes. 

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Post Office opens its doors again

A key post office in the Cotswolds has reopened following a raid on the premises last summer which caused major damage.

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LIB DEM PLAN TO OVERHAUL “BUSINESS AS USUAL” BUDGET

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats have set out their radical amendments to overhaul the Conservative’s rudderless County Council budget for 2020/21.

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CONSERVATIVE CABINET MEMBER FOR CLIMATE CHANGE CLAIMS PARTY’S OWN MANIFESTO PLEDGES “UNREALISTIC”

Cllr Hodgkinson has challenged Cllr Moor on the pitiful target of planting just one million trees over the next 11 years in the county – less than 100,000 each year. 

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