Lib Dems hold Mole Valley and make progress across Surrey

In the elections on May 6th, the Liberal Democrats retained control of Mole Valley District Council.

In the Surrey County elections, all six Mole Valley Councillors were re-elected, but 5 gains elsewhere increased the number of Lib Dem Councillors to 14; the number of Conservative seats fell from 61 to 47.

In the Police & Crime Commissioner election, Paul Kennedy came second overall - the best result for the Lib Dems in Surrey.

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  • Article: Feb 17, 2021

    It's easy, get registered here libdems.org.uk/postal-vote

  • Stephen Cooksey Leader of Mole Valley Council ()
    Article: Feb 11, 2021
  • ed davey
    Survey: Feb 9, 2021
    3 questions

    Please note - revised times

    Ed Davey has agreed to hold a Zoom call with Mole Valley Lib Dems on Monday 8th March from 7pm..

    There will be a brief introduction by a local party activists and then Ed will give a brief talk and then be open for questions.

    If you wish to attend please answer the questions below and we will send you a link for the call.

  • Article: Feb 3, 2021

    Watch this video catch-up wth Lib Dem Councillor Clayton Wellman focussing on helping local businesses through the Covid crisis.

  • Survey: Feb 1, 2021
    25 questions

    We are doing this survey to understand your views on what could be improved in our community, both now and after this terrible pandemic is over. This will help us give priority to what is needed most.

    Many thanks for your help.

  • Document: Nov 27, 2020
    1.56 MiB video
  • Document: Nov 21, 2020
    145.89 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    Details of 100 Club and application form/standing order

  • SCC launch
    Article: Nov 20, 2020

    Surrey LIberal Democrats launch our 2021 County Council Election Campaign and Manifesto.

  • Wisley Junction Map
    Article: Nov 20, 2020
    Surrey Liberal Democrats have welcomed the Early Day Motion tabled by Liberal Democrat MP for St Albans Daisy Cooper which raises concerns regarding the proposed new M25/A3 junction alongside RHS Wisley.

    In the motion Daisy Cooper MP highlights RHS Wisley's concerns around the impact the proposal will have on 44 trees along their boundary with the A3, including the felling of 17 Grade II Heritage trees and 27 other trees being negatively impacted by the undermining of their root strength. She also notes local concerns from residents and the local councils about the wider environmental impact as a result of the unnecessary extra mileage and inevitable increased pollution created by the junction, ending with a call for the Government to stop the proposal and require Highways England to consider and implement an alternative approach.
  • Free School Meals 1
    Article: Oct 28, 2020

    PRESS RELEASE: Surrey Liberal Democrats call on the County Council to step in and provide help with Free School meals.

    Surrey Liberal Democrats call on the County Council to step in and provide help with Free School meals.

    Last week the Conservative Government voted against extending free school meals for children in need during the holidays, including Sir Paul Beresford, MP for Mole Valley constituency. This means that during October half term, the Christmas holidays and beyond, there will be many parents struggling to feed their children.