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Brian Mathew selection

Welcome to the North Wiltshire Liberal Democrats

North Wiltshire Constituency Liberal Democrats led by our Prospective MP Dr Brian Mathew. For more details about goings on in the constituency visit northwiltslibdems.org.uk.

  • Brian Mathew selection
    Article: Nov 5, 2018

    Local Liberal Democrats have chosen Dr Brian Mathew as their prospective candidate to be North Wiltshire's next MP.

    The result was declared at a packed members meeting at Kington Langley Village Hall on Saturday 3 November.

    The announcement came after Dr Mathew and his opponent Alistair Fernie had spoken to and answered members' questions. The meeting was the climax of a month long, intensive campaign

  • Sunday parking charges graphic
    Article: Nov 2, 2018

    Wiltshire Liberal Democrats have launched a County wide petition to force a full Council debate and vote on controversial new car parking charges.

    The new charges for Sunday and Bank Holiday parking in Wiltshire Council car parks will be introduced from 19th November in the run up to Christmas.

    The Lib Dems hope to get 5,000 signatures on a petition calling for the charges to be dropped. If successful, that will force a full debate and vote on the charges at the next meeting of Wiltshire Council in the New Year.

  • Article: Nov 1, 2018
    In Cricklade, Latton and Marston Meysey FOCUS, November 2018

    Residents living in the vicinity of Stones Lane and the Leisure Centre entrance have expressed concerns about the number of near misses with vehicles entering the Leisure Centre car park due to poor signage and road markings.

    The issue was raised at CATG by Bob and this has resulted in replacement and clearer road markings to make the area safer for all.

  • Article: Nov 1, 2018
    In Cricklade, Latton and Marston Meysey FOCUS, November 2018

    Residents on Chelworth Road have been concerned about unauthorised traffic from the trading estate and excessive speeding. Following a period of over two years the southern end of Chelworth Road has now been reduced to 40mph.

    "This is a good start but I am disappointed the limit has not been extended along the road's full length especially following a recent accident in the derestricted area. I will continue to fight for a lower speed limit on the remainder of the road despite highways engineers insistence the area is safe," said Wiltshire Councillor Bob Jones.

  • Article: Nov 1, 2018
    In Cricklade, Latton and Marston Meysey FOCUS, November 2018

    Since 2015 residents of North Wall have been worried about parking, speeding and access at the entrance to North Wall. After much effort Bob has been able to escalate the issue to the Community Area Transport Group (CATG). With the assistance of Cricklade Town Council parking restrictions have now been introduced around the entrance to make the junction safer.