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Welcome to the Salisbury Liberal Democrats

Salisbury Constituency Liberal Democrats, covering the city of Salisbury as well as the towns of Wilton and Amesbury. For more details about goings on in the constituency visit salisburylibdems.org.uk.

  • Article: Aug 3, 2015

    Wiltshire Councillor Ian West will be doing a sponsored mountain bike ride on Sunday 16th August across the ward he represents this will take in nine villages Tilshead, Orcheston, Shrewton, Winterbourne Stoke, Berwick St James, Stapleford, Great Wishford, The Langfords, and Wylye, the distance is approx 25 miles.

  • Article: Apr 7, 2015

    Local Liberal Democrats are calling on the Conservative administration in County Hall to be honest about the true impact of the vicious cuts on local charities imposed this year.

    Following the recent revelations about Trowbridge based charity Group 5 loosing 100% of their funding, it has now been revealed that a Salisbury based charity offering similar services is also to lose all of its funding from the council this year.

  • Article: Jan 15, 2015

    Residents in Shrewton and surrounding villages have welcomed the findings of the Stonehenge Traffic Routing Study, which has backed up their claims regarding significant increases in traffic flow on unsuitable rural lanes following the recent closure of the A344 at its junction with the A303.

    The report, produced at a cost of £83,000 shows that at peak periods up to 1,700 vehicles in a 12 hour period have been using the High Street in Shrewton, a road used by pedestrians as it does not have a pavement in places and has a primary school directly accessed from it.

  • Article: Jul 22, 2014

    Byway 12 near Stonehenge will not close if local councillor Ian West has anything to say about it.

    Cllr Ian West is calling on Wiltshire Council to honour a decision by an appointed inspector back in 2011 to keep the by way open for use. Back in 2011 the Council appointed inspector judged it had a 'negligible effect' on Stonehenge and other ancient monuments and Cllr Ian West believes this is still the case. In Council on Tuesday 29th July he will seek assurances that the Conservative administration will continue to honour the reccomendatons of the inspector and keep the byway open.

  • Article: Jul 16, 2014

    Following a long campaign led by local Wiltshire Councillor Ian West and local residents Wiltshire Council is finally responding to extensive local concerns over changes in traffic volume and routing surrounding the Stonehenge site since the closure of the A344 and the relocation of the Stonehenge Visitor Centre.